The IKEA Kura cot impresses with its functionality and stylish design
As always, the world-famous Scandinavian furniture manufacturer IKEA offers top-quality products at low prices, and this is also true for children’s furniture like an IKEA cot. We decided to introduce you to the model “Kura” in this post because it is super functional and impresses with its simple but super elegant design. The Kura bed is made up of several wooden frames and, as I said, it can be easily remodeled and personalized – the low bed can easily be turned into a chic loft bed at will. The Kura bed is made of pine wood in natural look – a material that really fits every style of furnishing. And if you want you can also paint any color on it. The bed is ideal for children from the age of 6, but also for smaller ones if it is not turned into a loft bed – otherwise there is a risk that the child falls from the top floor of the bed. The price is really cheap (visit the IKEA website for more information, there you can also order the Kura bed online), which is a great advantage because children are growing fast and therefore the nursery furniture is renewed every few years should be. Below we give you some great ideas and furnishing examples of how the Kura bed can be integrated into the nursery. We hope that you draw inspiration from our ideas!
IKEA Kura Cot rebuild – imaginative ideas
The IKEA Kura Cot is a cozy retreat that invites the child to sleep, dream and cuddle. This can also be very cool and modern, and here we give you some creative ideas in this regard. If the child is still small, the low bed is certainly the better option for you. You can give it a real fairytale look by transforming it into a bed-house. To do this, you should build a triangular satellite roof construction into a square bed frame with just a few extra wooden slats – a task that any craftsman can easily do. The result just looks beautiful, and the child will undoubtedly like it very much. And if your little sweetheart gets bigger, you could turn the low bed into a loft bed. The Kura bed is really practical, because it also offers space for a second mattress up or down – so you get a real bunk bed for two children, which is really stylish and practical.