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a child's bedroom decorated in yellow and pink with polka dot rugs on the floor
8 Creative Ways to Decorate & Customize the Kura Low Bed
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:
a white bunk bed with curtains and pillows
IKEA KURA - 8 STYLISH HACKS
mommo design: IKEA KURA - 8 STYLISH HACKS More
there is a chalkboard with writing on it in front of a door and some stuffed animals
Creative Interior Decorating Ideas, 26 Black Chalkboard Paint Projects
This website is very very neat...new life for old Ikea furniture and fantastic creative ideas. We own this Ikea loft bed and it lives in the playroom...a lil chalk board paint and it could be a lil art station!
there is a bunk bed in the room with a cat on top and a dog sitting at the bottom
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IKEA KURA Reversible Bunkbed plywood clubhouse Hack
there is a bunk bed with curtains on it
IKEA HACKS FOR KIDS
mommo design: IKEA HACKS FOR KIDS - girly Kura bed
an instagramted photo of a child's bed with a canopy over it
6 Ways to Customize the Ikea Kura Bed - Petit & Small
Boys room by TUBU Kids The Ikea Kura bed is even more versatile than you might imagine. You can paint it, add a canopy, wallpaper, garland…and also use plywood to build something custom (what do you think about making some pull-out drawers or build a little forest house?). The Kura bed is reversible, and it […]
bunk beds with lofts are shown in three different ways
6 Ways to Customize the Ikea Kura Bed - Petit & Small
6 Ways to Customize the Ikea Kura Bed - Petit & Small
a wooden bench sitting on top of a cement walkway next to lush green trees and bushes
My flooded garden path. Always check before you start digging.