Swap a crib for the bottom bed on the IKEA Mydal bunk bed

20+ Awesome IKEA Hacks for Kids Beds

Many families have a limited area in their houses and they have two or more children and cannot provide one room for each kid, therefor I’m going to share with you this amazing ideas of kids bunk beds with desk that will help you to solve this problem,

Many families have a limited area in their houses and they have two or more children and cannot provide one room for each kid, therefor I’m going to share with you this amazing ideas of kids bunk beds with desk that will help you to solve this problem,

Stairs using Trofast unit and an old cot side - kura bunkbed ikea hack

Our "Ikea Hack" toddler-friendly bunkbed - Kura, Kritter & Trofast

20 Ways to Customize the IKEA KURA Loft Bed & Make It Your Own | Apartment Therapy

20 Ways to Customize the IKEA KURA Loft Bed & Make It Your Own

NEW CUSTOM PRINCESS BELLA  2 CASTLE BED/LOFT/BUNK DREAM CASTLE  #CAROLINADREAMSCUSTOMDESIGNS

New custom princess bella 2 castle bed/loft/bunk dream castle

This design is ideal when there is an age difference of at least five years between siblings. Two sisters, a six-year-old and baby, share this room. The specially designed crib is set low to the ground to maximize space beneath the bottom of the loft and access to the child in the crib. The bunk bed features a landing that slows a child as he or she moves up and down the stairs for added safety.

Kids decor: Shared bedrooms

This design is ideal when there is an age difference of at least five years between siblings. Two sisters, a six-year-old and baby, share this room. The specially designed crib is set low to the ground to maximize space beneath the bottom of the loft and access to the child in the crib. The bunk bed features a landing that slows a child as he or she moves up and down the stairs for added safety.

We’re so excited to share how the shared room for our daughters progressed in just one week! As soon as we hit publish on last week’s ORC (One Room Challenge) post, we headed straight to Lowe’s to pick up supplies and get started on the largest project in the room–the built-in bunkbeds. Just yesterday, we attached the crown molding–so it’s been a busy week! There’s still wood-filling, sanding and painting to be done, not to mention the adjacent reading nook, but we thought we’d share…

One Room Challenge: Week 2

We’re so excited to share how the shared room for our daughters progressed in just one week! As soon as we hit publish on last week’s ORC (One Room Challenge) post, we headed straight to Lowe’s to pick up supplies and get started on the largest project in the room–the built-in bunkbeds. Just yesterday, we attached the crown molding–so it’s been a busy week! There’s still wood-filling, sanding and painting to be done, not to mention the adjacent reading nook, but we thought we’d share…

Our version of a triple bunk bed. All beds are cantilevered off the wall. We used 1" x 8" stained wood plank and 3/4" galvanized pipe for the rails. More

Our version of a triple bunk bed. All beds are cantilevered off the wall. We used 1" x 8" stained wood plank and 3/4" galvanized pipe for the rails. More

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