What kid doesn’t dream of a cool bed? A place or a castle to not only sleep, but to also play. Sometimes it’s no way for parents to afford a cool bed from the market because it’ll go far beyond their budget. Lots of parents turned to reasonable priced and very sturdy IKEA beds. But some of them can’t let their kids’ dream end up with exactly the same beds as thousands of other kids around the world. These talented parents use classic IKEA bed hack to convert a reversible and versatile IKEA bed to a kid’s dreaming playhouse, treehouse or something you won’t believe. Here we collected some awesome, creative and dream-worthy IKEA hacks for your kid’s bed. Read on to see a roundup of our favorites.
What stunning playland converted from the IKEA Kura bed. The father used the structure of the Kura beds to build two houses adjoining each other tree house style. The houses are connected and are a source of endless play for children and the roof has missing planks to be able to see the moon. See more instructions source
Kids love climbing. This is a bed channels that. With the extra climing wall, this is a bed channels kids liking on climbing. Check out the tutorialhere
With 2 Mydal loftbeds, 1 trofast storage combination, 1 or 2 Kusiner box storage, the parents made a bed for two boys where they could both sleep downstairs and thus have a playground on top. See more instructions here
This bunk bed was made with two used Malm beds, and a used Malm dresser. I appreciated that it was so beautifully made with so much storage and the drawers stairs are perfect for kids who love climbing. See the details here
Convert Some IKEA Items to Full over Twin Bed with Stairs, Slide, and Secret Room tutorial
To meet his son’s dreams of playground slides, simple machines, kinetic ball marble runs, and exploring/hiding, the father turned a Kura bed into this fun and personal bed with a secret room on the bottom. I especialy like the crane and pulley. See more details here
With a Kura bed, two Billy bookshelves, some mdf board and thin plywood Lena made a castle. Check out the instructions here