ikea kura bed
Zeynep Gunes Savran
IKEA kura bed hack. Spray painted white and replaced blue pieces with particle board from Home Depot that I then stained. Husband cut extra pieces and put together. Pretty cool looking bed that goes well with the mid century modern decor of the boys room and our house. Bed was given to us and the extra materials cost around $70. Say whaaaaa?
Our “Ikea Hack” toddler-friendly bunkbed – Kura, Kritter & Trofast
When Georgie first switched to a toddler bed about two and a half years ago, we bought her a Kritter bed from Ikea, which has been really great and has years of life in it yet. Since we moved in here about a year ago, we have been considering long term plans for the girls’ bedroom. I have already posted about their finished room, but I thought… Continue Reading "Our “Ikea Hack” toddler-friendly bunkbed – Kura, Kritter & Trofast"