20 Ways to Customize the IKEA KURA Loft Bed & Make It Your Own
The KURA loft bed has earned its cred and its staying power. It’s cheap, ideal for small homes and, as you’ll see in these twenty examples, offers endless opportunities for customization. Paint, wood, fabric: choose your medium and make your KURA your own with a simple color upgrade or a full-on hack. 1. Wood slats cover this KURA to totally transform the look and lend it a tree house feel. (IKEAHackers) 2.
55 Cool IKEA Kura Beds Ideas For Your Kids’ Rooms - DigsDigs
IKEA Kura bed is a great loft bed, it is recommended for 6 years and older. Slatted bed base is included; the mattress must not be more than a total of 5
Playhouse Loft Bed
Building a playhouse bed is easier than you think with this straight forward plan. It's a big project, it's going to take patience and persevering, but as so many of our readers have discovered, well worth the hard work! Special thanks to Kimberly for sharing her amazing photos of Princess Katherine's bed.
Bunk Bed Upgrade: Add a Canopy & Fabric Panels
Give a basic bunk bed a custom look with do-it-yourself fabric panels and a ready-made fabric awning. Get the step-by-step instructions from the design experts at HGTV.com.
Kura & Maskros Hacks are the highlight of the new room for our 4 girls! - IKEA Hackers
Photo: IKEA.com Materials: Kura Beds & Maskros Light Description: When we were looking for ideas for our girls’ new room I was inspired by another hack I saw on Ikea Hackers for the Kura beds. We started with two Kura beds (both found on Craigslist!), painted them black while they were unassembled and built the […]
A Sprightly Shared Bedroom for Three
Name: Atticus (4), Eleanor (3), & Ike (1) Location: London, UK We recently moved into a larger home and though we now have the space for each of our children to have his or her own room, we decided to keep them all together. They would be lost without each other – as it is they get upset if one wakes up late and the others aren’t there!