13 Amazing "KURA" Bed Hacks for Toddlers: Creative DIY Bed Ideas for Kids

Kura beds transform into Tree House Playland - IKEA Hackers - Maybe for the boys' room

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8 ideas for hacking the Ikea Kura bed including my castle Kura bunk bed with a secret ball pit

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(^o^) Kiddo (^o^) Lofty ~ Kids Loft Bed ~ Ikea Kura bed hacked into a little white house

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Free DYI plans at http://ana-white.com/2012/03/plans/fire-truck-loft-bed

DIY Fire Truck Bed from Ana White's Knock on Wood Brag Board Okay i don't have a little boy to decorate for but this was just too cute an gives u plans to make. DIY Fire Truck Bed from Ana White's.

Before & After: Plain Jane IKEA Bunk Bed To Indoor Kids Cabin  Something similar for B or will he outgrow too fast?

Before & After: Plain Jane IKEA Bunk Bed To Indoor Kids Cabin

Too cute! Bed with steps and slide. Is this toddler or twin size?

Too cute! Bed with steps and slide. Is this toddler or twin size?

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We all know that IKEA has at least a million possibilities but do you know the IKEA hackers? Take a look at the transformation of the KURA bed and see what you think of it.

KURA Little Forest House is made from the IKEA KURA loft bed and MDF wrapped in wood veneer. Two levels for sleeping or convert the top into a play space.

Kura Hochbett

Ikea Kura loft with Trofast storage shelf as steps (not sure if I like this or not, makes the bottom bunk pretty dark, but still clever. Might have to do some rearranging and see if they like it.

"House" Bunk beds COOL!! Oh my goodness! This would b so cool for even seth and a little girl!

Bunk beds, built in tree house. I hate bunk beds for making them is a pain! But the playhouse idea I could do.

IKEA's KURA bed is a budget staple in children's rooms, but most parents configure it in a lofted position to free up more floor space. I've often wondered why anyone wouldn't do that? One reason is if your child is too young, you can start them in this and then flip it into a loft. An even better answer, perhaps, is that the frame of the Kura lends itself so easily to creative interpretation and decorating. Here are examples of ways parents have gussied up their Kuras:

8 Creative Ways to Decorate & Customize the Kura Low Bed

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