The Ikea Kura is such a versatile bed in itself, but for bunk beds it makes interesting choice. Its stylish and can be adapted to your children bedroom´s needs as well as super affordable. The fact it is not as high as other bunk beds makes it a perfect choice for those making the transition between a cot and a bigger bed, plus you little on will have no problems getting up to the top bunk and jumping down.
Here are 20 examples of different examples of super stylish bedrooms that have used the Ikea Kura bed as a bunk beds so you can decide how to make the perfect bedroom for your little ones.
Bottom Bunk Slats
The easiest was to turn the Ikea in to a bunk bed is to build the Kura with the bed at the top and use the bottom slats from Ikea itself. LÖNSET beds slats for the bottom bunk of the Ikea Kura are the perfect size. Although you can put the mattress straight on the floor, it will build up condensation and after only a matter of a few weeks will start to grow mold. It is therefore advisable to add bottom slats under the mattress for the bottom bunk.
The following are using the Ikea Kura Bunk bed with a mattress under the top bunk. Rattan cane is everywhere right now and there is no easier way to add it than with rattan cane effect stickers
If you wanted a more natural feel real rattan cane creates a stunning natural transformation. A focal wall of neutral spotted wall paper a complementary orange wood colour bedding. The knitted wire wall names finish off the look. If you are looking for complementary furniture we have showcased 23 ikea rattan cane cabinet hacks to match.
Painting your Ikea Kura a aqua green gives a fresh look to the room. Combine with pastel coloured wall decor.
Match with fun accessories like this super rainbow stacker.
Wall bunting is such an easy addition but a fun touch.
Check out this wooden focal wall complementing amazingly with the Ikea Kura bed…..and I´m in love with that batman wall light.
Adding a frame at the top and closing with wooden bars creates the most stylish cubby hole on the top bunk. Only question going to be who gets the top bunk!
Adding cane panels to the Kura really modernizes the look.
For something a bit different Wooden Dowel Rods between the bed frame provides a unique touch.
If you are looking for something more adventurous the following Ikea Kura bunk beds are for you.
These add-ons montessori are compatible with the Ikea Kura and quickly turn the bed in to a Montessori design.
If you add a wardrobe to one side you can create a den on the upper bunk, this rope hanging will make a space you little one will adore.
You can also turn the bottom bed in to a den, there are plenty of ready made options that are easy to attach.
There´s always someone that goes that extra mile…..and while most of us including me will only sit back and appreciate what a stunning bedroom has been achieved with this Ikea Kura bed hack. That balloon light though!
This is a very clever hack which has attached two Kura´s together, they have even built draws to go under the bed an amazing space saving solution.
This Ikea Kura has been turned in to an ultra modern design, using wood panels and leaving out the white to panel for the bed.
I hope these example have given you plenty of inspiration for your Ikea bunk beds…..let me know how you get on in the comments.