Posted by Braley Adelisa on Friday, 21 February, 2020 16:33:35
You can even dress your KURA with a colorful bed tent, which ranges in price from $20-$40 depending on the style. Parents love the flexibility offered by the KURA's reversible design, but its scaled-down size also scores points with safety-savvy moms, who worry about the height of traditional bunk beds and lofts.
Kura Bed Tent Hack. The fabric for the top of the Kura bed tent was a little trickier because I don't have a sewing machine. I pieced it together by hand sewing a few different pieces of white fabric together. The main section of the tent is a king bed skirt. Then piece in sections of fabric to each end to complete the tent.
IKEA - KURA, Bed tent, turquoise, Fits the bed both in a low and a high position. Attaching the bed tent to the bed is quick and easy, but maybe not done right before bedtime. The tent is easy care - you just wipe off dust and stains with a damp cloth. Fits KURA reversible bed only.
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Thinking about getting a Kura bed? Think about all the possibilities. Whether in the low position, shown above, or as a lofted bed, this is one IKEA product that parents have hacked, tweaked and customized to their hearts' content. Check out all these ideas for giving the Kura a new look or making it work better in your space. This bed, covered in bold black and white striped fabric, has the
Kid-friendly DIYs Featuring The IKEA Kura Bed. An alternative to the canopy can be to make a bed tent like the one featured on ikeahackers. It would perhaps be better to avoid using regular fabric for the tent since it pretty much obstructs the view completely. A better idea would be to use a crochet blanket or something similar.