Explore Pool Bed, Kura Bed Hack, and more!

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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Ikea Kura castle with upper play deck hack. Why wouldn't a boy like a castle, too?

Imagine climbing up into your own little house each night to bed. Photo: Ikeahackers.com ++ see more Ikea Kura bunk bed hacks

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

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Ikea Hack: kids play table made from Lack Shelving Unit, interior door and casters. Train table replacement for storage issues.

la cama Kura de Ikea en blanco y negro

An IKEA Kura bed hack in a child's room featuring a black and white striped fabric canopy.

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Kids bed

Lovely Twin Cabins Bed with House-Shaped for Kids - Cheerful and playful are first impression when you see these lovely twin cabins bed with house shaped for kids. Dominated with bright green, red, pink, white and colorful striped these twin cabins b