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Published on January 20th, 2014 | by Chiri 305


Kura beds transform into Tree House Playland


I used the structure of the Kura beds to build two houses adjoining each other tree house style. So that the space below is room to play. The houses are connected and are a source of endless play for children. Dual color interior exterior, the roof has missing planks to be able to see the moon …

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13 Responses to Kura beds transform into Tree House Playland

  1. Marisa says:

    Completely in love with this! Would you PLEASE (please please) share some directions to do it? Thanks!

  2. Lisa says:

    Is there a DIY tutorial?

  3. glenn says:

    Hi. Im planning to make a similare bed.
    What kind of wood did you use here? How did you make det wood so uneven?

  4. t westhoff says:

    Ummmmm…some directions would be nice…just sayin’

  5. FL Mom says:

    Looks ready for adventure at every moment! I think fun outranks practicality on this project. :) As for changing the sheets/making the bed, it should be pretty ok if the kids help on the inside. Maybe it takes a few more minutes, but they need bed-making skill anyway, and if they spend time with parents helping each other, it’s good for everyone. If kids aren’t coordinated enough to help yet, maybe parents planned for those mattresses to be easy to take out and put back. No idea. But that setup is just so inviting for fun fun fun!

  6. Mark says:

    How do you change the sheets. I love the idea, my girls would love it.

  7. Maija says:

    Looks great! I wonder how practical is this… Are those houses removable?

  8. Anke says:

    Great hack, but I thought the same – too impractical for me!

  9. Wow, that is one awesome, colourful hack. Thank you for sharing it!

  10. Erica says:

    Great job but… how to make up the bed?

  11. Cathy says:

    Could you share more details on how you created this?

  12. Cathy says:

    This is SOOOOO COOL! I’ve seen similar designs that cost a small fortune to create – thank you for sharing your ideas – this is a great project for my boy/girl twins to enjoy

  13. Stefan says:

    Wow! Very Impressive! Nice work!

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