The company recalled mini and full-size versions of the toys after a dozen children were injured after sitting or falling onto them.
The products were sold online and at major retailers. As of the recall, no incidents or injuries had been reported.
The U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission is recalling about 204,000 of the children's weighted blankets, which were being exclusively sold at Target.
Adult bed rails have been linked to hundreds of deaths and injuries over the years. The CPSC is starting work on a federal safety standard, nearly a decade after consumer groups asked for one.
About 129,000 Bestar wall beds are being recalled after the furniture left one person dead and injuries were reported in 60 other incidents. The beds can detach from the wall and fall on people.
The Consumer Product Safety Commission also found that there have been 581 tip-over fatalities in the U.S. since 2000. Four in five of the deaths were children.
The Consumer Product Safety Commission said the giant online retailer had to accept responsibility for the potentially unsafe products listed on its platform and recall them.
The fitness company initially refused to comply with the government's request for a recall after dozens of safety incidents, one of which resulted in a 6-year-old's death.
The U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission has issued a warning about the Peloton Tread+ after reports of children being injured. Peloton insists the machine is safe when used as directed.