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Creative "Kura" Bed Ideas for Kids
Cheap, toddler-friendly and amazingly versatile, IKEA’s popular “KURA” may just be the best big-kid bed ever! Not convinced? Wait until you see what a little DIY magic can do with this basic beauty!
From simple to simply amazing, these creative IKEA KURA hacks will make you wish you were a kid again.Continue to 2 of 13 below.
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Princess Bed Hack
With its soft curtains and colorful bunting, this darling, little KURA is fit for a princess! Need more room for your little one's royal finery? Create accessible, under-the-bed storage by removing the KURA's bottom paneling.
Read the full tutorial at One Little Imp.Continue to 4 of 13 below.
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Curtained Cubby Hack
Tucked into a corner with its headboard opposite the wall, this sweet, little bed with its bright pink curtains almost looks like a cozy, built-in cubby. Wallpapered panels in the same pattern as the walls add to this effect.
See more photos here.Continue to 7 of 13 below.
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Ball Pit BunkContinue to 9 of 13 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. Too cute!
See the original post on IKEA Hackers.com.Continue to 12 of 13 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 also adds a frame around the bottom bunk, giving the bed a more traditional look.
See the full tutorial here.Continue to 13 of 13 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.
Get the details here.