Extraordinary Cot – Inspired By The Korean Shoes

Editor   March 19, 2013   Comments Off on Extraordinary Cot – Inspired By The Korean Shoes

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The Asian designers are ready for surprises and this time they will delight us with your eccentric creation of a cot. The designer companies of Jaekyoung Kim and Hyunjin SEO of Kamkam, which are located in Seoul, us showcase this unique bed with an unusual shape. It is inspired by the traditional Korean shoes and ideal in apartments furnished in minimalist style.


The Cot has flexible high edges that can be transformed and reused. This feature is very convenient when you want to make a cocoon for the child or more space for the parent. And if your daughter or your son is bigger, then you can rearrange these edges, so that your child can feel comfortable and cozy in this unique bed.

The Korean designer did it quite successfully, tradition, to combine aesthetics and functionality in this crib. It is preferred by more and more lovers of the original Interior in the care and education of children. The white edge ensures the safety of the little people and the wonderful mattress creates comfort and ensures their quiet flabby.

The Cot has a modern, special-type design. It differs from everything, what you have made so far in the furniture stores. And unlike other beds, this remarkable piece with his vision of simple and comfortable interface will attract you. You can be sure that your child Korean bed from the first glance will fall in love. It will guarantee peaceful sleep and sweet dreams of the little ones!

Unique baby bed that has been inspired by the traditional Korean shoes

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Korean baby cot in an unusual form

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Text by Katja

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