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Our son will start the first class at school and we decided we had to make room for a desk. We hacked KURA Bed with study desk ...
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Our son will start the first class at school and we decided we had to make room for a desk. We hacked KURA Bed with study desk .

Our son will start the first class at school and we decided we had to make room for a desk. We hacked KURA Bed with study desk ...

Our son will start the first class at school and we decided we had to make room for a desk. We hacked KURA Bed with study desk ...

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How to add a study area under the KURA loft bed

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IKEA - KURA Reversible bed white, pine
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reversed side of the loft bed

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The space underneath the KURA bed was a bit too low so we added STOLMEN chests to win 45 cm AND storage space: exactly what we needed!

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The Endlessly Hackable KURA Bed: Ideas for Getting a Whole New Look

Ideas for Hacking, Tweaking & Customizing the IKEA Kura Bed

Pinner said xx My kids room makeover - a bunk bed for three made of two IKEA Kura beds, and subtle grays ❤️ Ikeahacks

Whether in the low or lofted position, the IKEA Kura bed is ripe for hacking, tweaking and customizing. Check out these ideas for getting a whole new look.

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The Endlessly Hackable KURA Bed: Ideas for Getting a Whole New Look

Ideas for Hacking, Tweaking & Customizing the IKEA Kura Bed

Whether in the low or lofted position, the IKEA Kura bed is ripe for hacking, tweaking and customizing. Check out these ideas for getting a whole new look.

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

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:

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