There are times when the "furniture that grows with your child" concept seems overdone and there are times when it seems strikingly simple and beautiful. The Progressive Desk is one such case. There are no extra parts to buy or hours spent rearranging pieces - it's adjustable to three heights by just moving the feet and top.
It seems easy to imagine a toddler using this piece for imaginative play (cooking, cashier, etc.), a young child sitting down to draw and then an older child or even teen attending to homework. Of course the Kazam is European and not particularly affordable (961.54 €) but sometimes great design has its price.
Find it at Little Fashion Gallery.