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If parents want furniture that can adapt to meet the needs of a growing child, then searching
for furniture that has the ability to function in multiple ways is critical. Furniture that is adaptable to the ever changing needs of children can save parents a lot of time and money on future furniture purchases. As an example, purchasing a baby bed that converts into a toddler bed and then into a headboard for a twin bed can save parents a significant amount of money.
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My kids both slept in toddler beds as a transition from the crib. They both fell out of the toddler beds a couple of times. Toddler beds are low to the ground, and the experience of falling out shocked them more than hurt them, and taught them how to sleep within the boundaries of the bed. This was a good thing, because they now have twin beds that they never fall out of.
Habitat's bunk bed transforms into two single ones – a flexible solution that can grow with your family. The design of the bed is kept simple, with smooth edges finished in white lacquer. A ladder can be fitted on either side of the bed, and there's space underneath the bottom bunk for storage. The bunk bed requires two continental size mattresses (90x200cm).