Best Buys Prima Baby Awards 2015 - Cot Beds Our PBA judges have tested and picked the beds for babies all the way up to 18-months-old 1 of Ad break Gold Award Winner - Silver Cross Nostalgia Sleigh Cot BedGreat-looking, high-quality and durable are the three best ways to describe the Silver Cross Nostalgia Sleigh Cot Bed, or so says our PBA panel. They loved the fact that it grows with your little one as it converts to a toddler bed and comes with ample storage. The fact that its made by British parenting product powerhouse Silver Cross doesn't hurt either. £400, Silver Cross Check out our 10 best cots. Compare deals from top retailers MadeForMums Preferred Partner Silver Award Winner - Babystyle Hollie 2 Sleigh Bed The Babystyle Hollie 2 Sleigh Bed is a very sturdy and safe sleigh bed, which converts to a junior bed and then sofa when you little one is not so little anymore. Our MFM loves the "lovely country cottage look," ample storage, and the fact that it's very good quality. £299, Babystyle Read our full Babystyle Hollie 2 Sleigh Bed review. Compare deals from top retailers MadeForMums Preferred Partner Bronze Award Winner - Babystyle Bordeaux Cot bedIf a contemporary look is more your style then look no further than the Babystyle Bordeaux cot bed. The conversion from cot to bed is very simple as are the three mattress adjustments. £279, Babystyle Moving your toddler from a cot to a bed; what you need to know. Also Shortlisted: Babies 'R' Us Ascot Cot bed Stokke Sleepi Concept Compare deals from top retailers MadeForMums Preferred Partner More awards...Right here: Prima Baby Awards 2015 - First Beds Prima Baby Awards 2015 - Cot Beds Prima Baby Awards 2015 - Nightlights Prima Baby Awards 2015 - Baby Monitors Prima Baby Awards 2015 - Nursery Accessory Prima Baby Awards 2015 - Baby Bouncer/Rocker By Hazelann Williams Comments Latest on MadeForMums MadeForMums Awards 2018 shortlist announced Mum takes drastic action when her baby name is 'stolen' How Rochelle Humes tackled her daughter's curly hair insecurity What's the most you'd pay to watch your child's Christmas play?