If you're looking for a kid's bed that won't need to be replaced as the child grows, the Big Eyes Bed might be just what you're looking for.
It's a mid-high bed that turns into a basic bed when it's flipped over, reports UPI.
The bottom bunk can be used as a play area or a secondary bed, and the top bunk can be used as the main bed.
"It solves that issue with a unique design that is quite simple as it transforms from a mid-high bed to a basic bed with a flip," says the design team behind the product.
"The top bunk is the main bed and the bottom bunk functions as a play area or can be a secondary bed," they explain on their website.
"Once the child grows, the ladder can be removed and the bed turned over to act as a basic bed."
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