Published at Wednesday, February 27th, 2019 - 07:28:54 AM. Kids Beds. By Ya Martinez.
If you want to take things to a new level, then check out the Kura forest house featured on ikeahackers. It’s basically a whole house built around the bed. It has a lot of fun features, not to mention that kids love the idea of having their own private little house where they can sleep, play and relax. You can even build the house with skylights so natural and artificial light can enter the box. Also, give it windows and a door, just like regular houses have. As fun as forest houses may be, kids sometimes prefer something a little bit more fantastic, something like a castle for example. So give your little prince or princess a castle bed and make the transformation as fun as possible. Ikeahackers has a great tutorial for that. The materials needed for the transformation include some plywood, wood glue, primer, paint, permanent markers, cardboard, metal brackets, screws and bolts.
Bunk beds have always been practical and they still are. In a lot of cases designers look for ways to customize them to fit specific needs and spaces. One example is the design created by Space Architects and Buckingham Interiors for a family home in Chicago. The space was redesigned and the kids got custom-designed bunk beds with built-in stairs and storage. These are the Caravan and the Tent beds, two fun and quirky designed by Mathy By Bols. Their names are very suggestive of their shape. It’s a camping-inspired series designed to stir the imagination and to invite the kids to explore the world indoors. These cool kids beds come in a variety of color options.
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