Ikea hack - spice racks in the bathroom for my perfumes. Paint in a different colour.

Again, like the idea to organize in the sewing studio ORIGINAL IDEA: Ikea hack - spice racks in the bathroom to keep bottles off the counter. Paint in a different colour.

DIY IKEA Hacks for Kids' Rooms: GRUNDTAL magnetic knife rack repurposed as a wall storage for toy cars

Best DIY IKEA Hacks for Kids' Rooms

DIY IKEA Hacks for Kids' Rooms: GRUNDTAL magnetic knife rack repurposed as a wall storage for toy cars.Ikea magnetic knife rack for car storage. Yes! Keeps the favorites handy and off the floor (saving my bare feet in the dark).

mommo design: IKEA HACKS FOR KIDS - Lack + Forhoja = dollhouse

Great idea for my boys and Eva to coexist in the playroom! design: IKEA HACKS FOR KIDS - Lack + Forhoja = dollhouse

Foto "pinnata" dalla nostra lettrice Rosandra Ferri, blogger di mommo design: IKEA HACKS

Design Idea: Don’t forget to decorate the closet! These gold polka dots dress up a well-organized nursery closet. to the closet room

Trofast as bunk bed steps with railing. A little modification could make this awesome

Fantastic Ikea hack using the Kura bed and Trofast storage unit!I love Ikea Hackers!

IKEA HACKS - KURA bed makeover for a boy

** This would be perfect for Cayden's room😍😍😍 Red fabric surrounds three sides of the lower part of this KURA to create a cozy sleeping area. 20 Ways to Customize the IKEA KURA Loft Bed.

mommo design: IKEA HACKS FOR KIDS - Castle Mydal bunkbed

IKEA hack: how to transform an IKEA bunk bed into a fantastical bed play castle

Ikea hack: spice racks as book shelves!

Book - 33 Ikea Hacks Can do . → DIY // ikea spice racks painted for nursery room bookshelves


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kura una cama con muchas posibilidades

Kura bed hack - Love this little reading cubby. So easy to make with Ikea's Kura loft bed and a shower curtain and rod. Looks so tidy with the curtain closed.

Kura bed hack with stairs by jill

Stairs up to bed! Kura bed ikea - love the ikea storage container unit as the steps to the bunk but would not place the toddler bed under. Looks to big for that space.

The KURA loft bed has earned its cred and its staying power. It's cheap, ideal for small homes and, as you'll see in these twenty examples, offers endless opportunities for customization. Paint, wood, fabric: choose your medium and make your KURA your own with a simple color upgrade or a full-on hack. In a DIY mood? Maxwell shows us how to personalize this perennially popular IKEA stool:

20 Ways to Customize the IKEA KURA Loft Bed & Make It Your Own

** This would be perfect for Cayden's room😍😍😍 Red fabric surrounds three sides of the lower part of this KURA to create a cozy sleeping area. 20 Ways to Customize the IKEA KURA Loft Bed.

With a second child on the way we recently purchased IKEA's popular Kura bed for our 4-year-old. We chose it because with the bed in the lofted position (it can

I've been eyeing the KURA kids' bed at IKEA for a while. On a whim, I searched for IKEA hacks and found this great customization of the toddler bed to make it more "girly." Fun for big girl room

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Every kid should have a play/lego/crafting/train table like this, no? Check out all of the storage space for parts and accessories! :) Looks like it's made from four IKEA storage units. Kayden will hace this when we get our own house lol

Crédit photo: Ikea Hacker

10 trucs pour décorer et rénover à mini-prix : transformez vos meubles (truc n.7

This is idea for tent - storage and bed. This website is IKEA Hackers and is crazy! Its all the DIY's people have done with IKEA products and how they repurpose items into something new.

Ikea Kura beds on a custom platform.

Three boys in one bedroom

Ikea Kura bed hack - two Ikea Kura beds on a custom platform. The rolling drawers under the bed provide storage for toys. Not to mention room for four kids to sleep

Bunk bed stairs

Loft bed stairs plans Part 4 of 4 Building the Ladder Bunk bed and storage stairs Carl in Stanfield These stairs seem sturdier

IKEA's KURA bed is a budget staple in children's rooms, but most parents configure it in a lofted position to free up more floor space. I've often wondered why anyone wouldn't do that? One reason is if your child is too young, you can start them in this and then flip it into a loft. An even better answer, perhaps, is that the frame of the Kura lends itself so easily to creative interpretation and decorating. Here are examples of ways parents have gussied up their Kuras:

8 Creative Ways to Decorate & Customize the Kura Low Bed

IKEA Kura Bed and Trofast storage for steps. I like the ladder being pushed against the wall. The larger steps seems safer in my opinion.

Ikea Hack Girls Room Kura Bunk Bed And Trofast Storage - like the storage steps; would want a rail or to close it off with storage on other end and facing into underneath space

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