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Cozy Cabin HackContinue to 2 of 12 below.
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Princess Bed HackContinue to 3 of 12 below.
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Upgraded Upholstered FinishContinue to 4 of 12 below.
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Rustic RehaulContinue to 5 of 12 below.
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Curtained Cubby HackContinue to 6 of 12 below.
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Chalk Board Bed HackContinue to 7 of 12 below.
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Ball Pit Bunk
A bubble-gum pink paint job and some MDF paneling give this KURA ball-pit bunk bed a modern edge. The bottom bunk holds a thin mattress, offering protection during rowdy ball play and doubling as a guest bed when the balls are removed. The bed was shown on the now-defunct Swedish blog, Rusta Upp.Continue to 8 of 12 below.
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Built-in storage bins give KURA’s bottom bunk a lift, creating a more comfortable guest bed and making practical use of the available space in this bed spotted on the IKEAHackers site. While this version sports a simple black and white color scheme, you can customize colors based on your child's preference.Continue to 9 of 12 below.
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Corner Bunk HackContinue to 10 of 12 below.
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Shabby Shack Tree House
This imaginative playhouse is every kid's dream. The parents behind this amazing design hack used a pair of KURA bed frames to create a single corner unit. A simple, wooden house frame, connected to each of the existing beds, supports the individual panels that make up the walls and roof of the structure. Other details include a connecting tunnel and a bedtime view of the rising moon. It is shown on IKEA Hackers.com.Continue to 11 of 12 below.
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Wallpaper offers yet another simple solution for dressing up the KURA’s plain particleboard panels. This pretty, little DIY hack seen on IKEA Hackers also adds a frame around the bottom bunk, giving the bed a more traditional look.Continue to 12 of 12 below.
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Cuddle-Up Club House
The design-savvy mom behind this photo discovered that a large tension rod fits perfectly within the existing frame of her daughter’s KURA bed. After stringing up some twinkle lights and filling the bottom bunk with lots of comfy goodness, she used a modified shower curtain and a set of curtain rings to create this cozy little reading nook. It was featured on the Southern Disposition blog.