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March 12, 1963
e. MARSMAN
,
3,980,573
COMBINATION BABY BED AND FURNITURE
Filed April 3, 1961
2 Sheets-Sheet l
March 12, 1963
G. MARSMAN
»
3,030,573
COMBINATION BABY BED AND FURNITURE
Filed April 3, 1961
2 Sheets-Sheet 2
United States Patent _' O?lice
3,080,573
Geesje Marsrnan, 6576 Marlborough Ava,
Burnaby, British Columbia, Canada
Filed Apr. 3, 1961, Ser. No. 100,161
1 Claim. (Cl. 5-2)
3,080,573
Patented Mar. 12, 1963
2
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CUMBINATION BABY BED AND FURNITURE
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the ?oor and at the inner end thereof is secured a cross
member 17.
,
While the user is still in infancy, the movable portion
of the floor 15 is disposed over longitudinal supports 18
which are secured to each side walls 10 and 11 some
distance above the level of the ?xed portion of the
floor 14.
However, when the child has gained su?icient strength
to enable him to sit in bed, the ?oor 15 is then disposed
This invention relates to furniture and more particu
larly to a combination of articles adapted to be mounted
as a single unit. Broadly, the invention consists in the 10 over the feet 19 of the bed and the cross member 17 so
that the side walls become su?iciently high to prevent a
combination of three units, namely a bed, a dresser cabi
child from falling out of bed.
net, and a table.
In the lower position, both sections of the ?oor are
Generally, the bed comprises four walls arranged in
on the same level and the bed can be used for several
the conventional manner with the exception that the foot
years.
end wall of the bed is mounted on hinges to provide a
When the movable portion of the floor is disposed over
door. The ?oor of the bed is in two parts, one securely
the rails 18 a dresser cabinet is disposed top side down
?xed and the other movable. The movable portion of
the ?oor is set upon rails which are set at a higher level
than the secured portion of said ?oor and is used at that
level until the child becomes old enough to climb out
of the bed. The mattress is also of two sections, each
section of comparable size to that portion of the ?oor
over which it is disposed.
The second portion of the combination is a dresser
cabinet which is formed of a rear wall, side walls, a top
and a shelf, has an open front and bottom. The third
portion is a table formed with a drawer, all portions as
over the ?xed portion of the ?oor and serves as a dresser,
the hinged foot end 13 of the bed forming a door to
close the open side of said dresser.
The dresser is formed of a top 20, side walls 21, a rear
wall 22 and a shelf 23. When the dresser is used as
shown in FIGURES 7 and 8, the top end is the open end.
To form a top, I provide a table which is mounted di
rectly on top of the dresser. The table top 24 resting
on top of the side walls of the bed and the door, pro
vides a dresser top.
During the time the invention is used as shown in FIG
URES 7 and 8, the portion of the mattress, which is
vision of a combination of articles of furniture which 30 adapted to be used over the ?xed portion of the floor,
illustrated in the accompanying drawings.
The main object of the invention is therefore the pro
are constructed and arranged to be assembled as a single
is used on the table top and provides a table to bathe,
unit to be used for a baby and separated and used as
single units when the child grows.
Another important object of the invention is the pro
vision and arrangement of such items of furniture which
require very little space when assembled as a single unit.
Other important objects are the provisions of articles
of furniture which are strong and durable, of pleasing
design, and which are comparatively inexpensive to pro
duce.
With these and other objects in view which may ap
pear as the description proceeds, the invention consists
in the novel arrangement of co-operating parts as here
inafter more speci?cally set forth, claimed and shown in
feed and dress the child.
When the child is older, the dresser cabinet and table
are removed from within the bed and used independently
such as illustrated in FIGURES 3 and 4 of the drawing.
It is believed that the construction and advantages have
been fully set forth and that further detailed description
is not required.
While the preferred embodiment has been disclosed, it
is to be understood that minor modi?cations may be
resorted to without departing from the spirit of the in
vention.
the accompanying drawing forming part of this applica
tion and in which:
FIGURE 1 is a perspective illustration of the bed
shown with the foot end opened and the movable por~
_ The embodiments of the invention in which an exclu
sive property or privilege is claimed are de?ned as
follows.
I claim:
In a combined bed and dresser cabinet, an end wall
forming a headboard, a pair of spaced parallel side walls
extending forwardly from said end wall having free outer
tion of the bed ?oor removed;
50 ends, feet attached to the lower edges of said side walls
FIGURE 2 is the movable portion of the bed ?oor;
adjacent the ends thereof, a ?oorboard disposed between
FIGURE 3 is a perspective view of the table used in
sa1d slde walls and supported by said feet, said ?oor
combination therewith;
board being composed of a vertical movable section and
FIGURE 4 is a perspective view of the dresser cabinet;
FIGURES 5 and 6 are the large and small mattress
a ?xed section at the outer ends of said side walls, a
sections;
transverse member between the side walls supporting the
FIGURE 7 is a front elevational view of the assembled
units with the foot end of the bed opened;
adjoining ends of the sections of said ?oorboard when
disposed in the same horizontal plane, longtiudinal rails
secured to the inner faces of said side walls midway the
height of said walls for supporting the movable section
FIGURE 8 is a longitudinal cross sectional view of
the assembled units.
Referring more in detail to the drawings, it will be 60 of said ?oorboard in elevated position, a mattress sup
seen the invention comprises three main items of furni
ported by the movable section of said ?oorboard, a
ture adapted to be assembled as a single unit. The items
dresser cabinet removably disposed between the outer
are a bed. a dresser cabinet, and a table.
ends of said side walls and supported by the ?xed section
The bed is constructed of two side walls It) and 11,
of said ?oorboard in a vertical position with the back
a headboard 12 and a hinged foot board 13. The ?oor 65 wall of said cabinet forming a footboard for the mov
of the bed is in two sections. A ?xed section 14 which
able section of said ?oorboard when in elevated position,
is secured to the side walls at the foot extremity of the
and a swinging door hingedly connected to the outer end
bed and a removable section 15 which can be mounted
of one side wall and movable to cover the space between
in two different positions as shown in FIGURE 8 of the
the outer ends of said side walls to retain said cabinet
accompanying drawing. The mattress is in two sections 70 in ?xed position between the side walls, said door serving
16 and 16a. Immediately below the ?xed portion 14 of
as a tootboard when said cabinet is removed and the
3,080,578
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sections of the ?oorboard afe disposed in the same hori—
2,412,005
zontal plane.
2,501,309
2,518,983
2,566,954
2,662,231
2,721,336
2,783,477
References; Citpd inv 'the ?le of this patent
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Parsons ______________ __ Dec. 3, 1946
Braver ______________ __ Mar. 21, 1950
Ehrlich _____; _________ __ Aug. 15, 1950
Murray ______________ __ Sept. 4, 1951
King ________ __ ______ __ Dec. 15, 1953
Becker ______________ __ Oct. 25, 1955
Tittsworth ____________ __ Mar. 5, 1957
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