Our CostCo currently sells a great staircase bunkbed for about half the normal price. We got one for Smiley. Once he graduates from sleeping in a crib (which he likes, and is in no hurry to leave) he can sleep up high to have plenty of floor space. Instead of a mattress, we'll use a piece of plywood and a 3" mattress topper so the guard rails seem extra high.
I searched for a picture online, but could only find similar products made by other companies.
I did discover that the company that made our bed, Mountain Furniture LCC, is located in Washington state, and apparently has only two employees and a revenue of $160,000 per year. The bunk bed says it was made in China. Those two guys must subcontract everything: buying northwest lumber, shipping it to China, having it made and varnished, and shipping it back.
Their company was established in 2009. I wonder if the recession prompted them to find new work, and so they started a little business?