Csilla Nagy-Benkő

Csilla Nagy-Benkő

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I have only a little experience in creating furnitures, so this KURA hack can be made by everyone with just few hours free time and 35 EUR for materials. I own only basic screwdriver with drill functi

This might work if I raise and turn out the middle section so that the bottom bed is always available, not just a trundle.

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.

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.

Hochbett selber bauen. 2x Kallax Regal von Ikea unter das Bett stellen. 2x Vikare Stützbrett (Seitenschutz), Leiter dran, festschrauben und das Hochbett ist fertig.

Hochbett selber bauen. 2x Kallax Regal von Ikea unter das Bett stellen. 2x Vikare Stützbrett (Seitenschutz), Leiter dran, festschrauben und das Hochbett ist fertig.

How to arrange the IKEA KURA bunk bed for 3 kids- pretty cool, been thinking about the kura bed for the boys' room.

How to arrange the IKEA KURA bunk bed for 3 kids- pretty cool, been thinking about the kura bed for the boys' room. By using 2 units different directions, you can almost create that "triple bunk" feel.

We purchased 2 of the Kura beds off Craigslist, the total for the 2 was $120.00. One of the beds came with the tent and the Star nightlight. We flipped one of them upside down and sawed off all the wood above the bed frame. Then attached the one full bed to the bottom one that was cut. We used Gorilla Glue and Carpenters screws to secure the two beds together. Our kids love their new Bunkbeds and we love the price. We live in California and for one Kura bed its $209.00 at IKEA.

We purchased 2 of the Kura beds off Craigslist, the total for the 2 was $120.00. One of the beds came with the tent and the Star nightlight. We flipped one of them upside down and sawed off all the wood above the bed frame. Then attached the one full bed to the bottom one that was cut. We used Gorilla Glue and Carpenters screws to secure the two beds together. Our kids love their new Bunkbeds and we love the price. We live in California and for one Kura bed its $209.00 at IKEA.