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Published on October 4th, 2013 | by tania


KURA bed castle

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Materials: Kura bed
plywood, wood glue, primer and paint water
permanent markers, cardboard and glue to decorate
metal brackets, screws and bolts for fixing

Description: Sleeping in a castle is a dream of all children.

I drew a plan of the castle.

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I cut the plywood, I painted the panels and glued them.

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I drew the bricks with the marker and decorated with grass and the gate made ​​of paper.
I fixed the brackets that my husband has folded in the shape of “s”.
I hung the panels to the bed.

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I added a flag of paper and a torch.


I created 4 panels to remove them easily and allow my child to climb into bed


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5 Responses to KURA bed castle

  1. Marcela says:

    Hi Tania,

    I made the mistake of browsing for ideas while my son was watching over my shoulder and now he insists he must have the ‘castle bed’ that you made! Thank you for posting the details.

    Question: how does your son climb up to the top bed? Do you remove the panel to climb up or does he jump over the wall after stepping on the step that’s visible through the window?

    Looks great!
    ~ Marcela

    • Tania says:

      Hi Marcela! I ‘m glad your son likes my work!
      I remove the panel, it is safer.
      Thank you very much!

  2. tania says:

    Hello everyone! My son is 6 years old.
    the battlements were sanded and smoothed.
    the door is 75 cm high, then we should kneel to enter but, eventually, the gate can be done with foam rubber.

  3. Ralph says:

    Hey Tania,

    that really looks good.
    I don’t know how old your child is but wouldn’t it be safer to round up the rather sharp edges of the battlements a bit so he or she won’t get hurt?
    And by the way you avoided that risk perfectly regarding the gate by making it out of paper. :)

    Greetings, Ralph

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