Now's your chance to make your little princess feel like she's living in a movie.
— a Portuguese furniture company which sells "magical furniture," according to its website — offers a children's line that will have your kids begging to be sent to their rooms. We're talking a Little Mermaid-themed clamshell bed, a magic mirror that's actually a TV and a Volkswagen van-shaped bed complete with a mini-bar. (Reminder: This is a bed for a .)
It is worth mentioning, however, that the furniture costs more than your yearly .
That would explain, naturally, why reports that all of 30 people have purchased their pieces across the world.
Let's take a look at what magical furniture looks like, shall we?
First up: A 6.5-foot-tall in the shape of a clamshell. No need to buy a nightlight — there's one inside the bed.
(Is anyone else nervous that they're actually paying $16,000 for this bed to collapse on their children?)
Comparable Purchase: A cycle of IVF treatments.
On to the next: A ten-foot-high bed. (Those with low ceilings need not purchase this bed.) It costs a whopping $29,000, but it's upholstered in synthetic fur and trimmed with gold leaf details. Plus, you can convert the lower half to a and use the drawers as storage. Oh, and also, you can control its light and sound systems from an app. Casual.
Comparable Purchase: A mid-range tiny home.
We're still confused as to which Disney movie this next one is inspired by, but an actual genius had to have designed the "," which contains a TV, secretary, storage compartments and a mini-bar. (Oh, you mean, you didn't want to give your kids a sugar rush before bedtime?) It clocks in at $43,000. If you've got money to blow...
Comparable Purchase: A year of college tuition.
Last but not least: A hand-carved that's actually a TV. Mind blown. No word on what it costs, but it's made of silver leaf, because why not?
Comparable Purchase: Hogwarts tuition, probably.
As for the rest of us, there are some crazy that will turn your kid's bed into an adorable teepee for less than $2,000. Now if only there were a blogger hack for that Magic Mirror TV...