Beds After

Published on January 31st, 2014 | by Home Life Style

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DIY: Wood house with Kura beds





We have Kura´s bed, and we want transform it in a beautiful house for sleep and to dream for two kids… This is our creation…

BEFORE:

Before

Before 2

PLANIFICATION:

Planification

AFTER:

AfterAfter

Details

We need:
• Wooden slats
• Pine Cut to size.
• Pine wood cut at 45 ° for beautify the window and door.
• Slats Wood
• Long wood screws with conical head.
• Cordless drill
• Tape close Double-sided.
• Clear matt varnish.

Step by step

Step by step

Step by step

Step by step

1 – Start by creating a rectangular structure with the same shape of the bed with wooden slats.

2 – It was placed on top and screwed on to the bed.

3 – We started to cover the entire front of the structure that we have created with the bed slats previously been cut as per the drawing. Every 2 or 3 strips will be screwed on to the bed frame or the structure of the upper area we have created.

4 – Put the double sided tape in place and then put decorative moldings.

5 – Sand the surface and corners.

6 – Apply a clear or matte paint with the desired color varnish. In this case we have left natural to give it a Nordic air.

After

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11 Responses to DIY: Wood house with Kura beds

  1. Céline says:

    Hello,
    it’s beautiful. I really want to inspire to do it for my girl.
    is it possible you send me the native file with dimensions because I Can’t read correctly the dimensions on the website ?
    Do you have another photo of the door ?

    Thanks a lot

  2. Jessica nelson says:

    Roughly how much did this cost? I just love it.
    thanks

  3. Michelle says:

    I have the bed for my 4 year old and SO want to do this, but how on earth do you change the sheets on the bed on the upper part? Lol

  4. Ashley says:

    I love this! But my daughter is only two. Do you think building the fort make it safe for a little one not to fall out of the top – thus leaving the bottom area as a play area. Or perhaps it’s possible to make a hardier surface on the top where the mattress usually is to create a little play area to play with babies or a reading nook with a bean bag and bookshelf. I’d love your thoughts. Thank you!

  5. Smita singh says:

    Wow what a lovely concept. It’s really a surprise gift for kids

  6. Christina says:

    Love this! Where can you buy the wooden slats? Thanks!

  7. Julie says:

    would this fit in a regular 8foot ceiling house?

  8. Maria says:

    Gràcies! Ens ha encantat poder realitzar aquest Diy.

  9. Beautifully done. What a lovely place for your two kids. :)

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