The IKEA KURA Bed is loved by kids and parents alike. IKEA calls it the Reversible Bed and rightly so. The bed can be set up as a low bed or a high loft bed, giving you flexibility in arranging your kid’s room.
When your child is young use the IKEA KURA bed as a low bed. Then as they grow, you can now flip it into a loft bed and make use of the space beneath the bed as a play den, study area, or reading nook.
Made from solid pine wood with fiberboard panels, it’s the perfect candidate for creative IKEA KURA bed hacks. At the most basic, a lick of paint will change its looks to suit your room decor. Next, you can make the bed more functional by adding storage drawers beneath or a safety rail.
IKEA Accessories for the KURA bed
Alongside the bed, IKEA sells a bed canopy and bed curtains to fit the KURA. With these, you can easily create a cozy nook for your kid.
IKEA hacks for the KURA bed
1. Hack a themed bed
If your child wants a themed room, the KURA is a wonderful starting point. Firetruck bed, Treehouse, or a climbing wall, this is one bed you can get really creative with. Even a Montessori-style book display at the end of the KURA bed.
2. KURA grows with your family
3. Add-ons to the KURA
Browse our many IKEA KURA bed hacks and be inspired to transform your kids’ room into a fabulous space to sleep and dream.