7 Beds Made Much Cooler With IKEA Hacks

Have a bed type in mind but can't find it anywhere? Perhaps these IKEA Hacks may help

The famous MALM Dresser is one of the best-known pieces of IKEA furniture — but this hack is truly genius. Here, it's painted blue and a mattress is placed on top to provide lots of storage in a child's room for clothes, books, and toys.
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TONS OF ADDITIONAL STORAGE

The famous MALM Dresser is one of the best-known pieces of IKEA furniture — but this hack is truly genius. Here, it's painted blue and a mattress is placed on top to provide lots of storage in a child's room for clothes, books, and toys.

What was once two IKEA KURA bed  is now a super bed that sleeps an entire family of seven (whoa!). These parents created cozy, but separate areas for each of their five children (plus themselves) to get quality shut-eye.
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SPACE FOR THE ENTIRE FAMILY

What was once two IKEA KURA bed is now a super bed that sleeps an entire family of seven (whoa!). These parents created cozy, but separate areas for each of their five children (plus themselves) to get quality shut-eye.

If you want extra storage, a raised bed is the way to go. But finding the right organizer to place your mattress on top is another story. Here, nine sturdy IKEA kitchen cabinets with doors hide personal items.
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A NEW USE FOR KITCHEN CABINETS

For extra storage, a raised bed is a good option. Here, nine IKEA Kitchen cabinets with doors hide your mess oops! personal items.

This MALM Bed Frame gets a sophisticated update with the addition of four beams and a chic piece of white cloth draped on top. Bonus: It's a fraction of the price of your average four-poster piece.
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A DIY FOUR-POSTER FRAME

This MALM Bed Frame gets a sophisticated update with the addition of four beams and a chic piece of white cloth draped on top. Bonus: It's a fraction of the price of your average four-poster piece.

Get the tutorial from Hester's Handmade Homes

The lofted KURA frames are the ultimate structure for playful tree house-like exteriors. Here, blue and purple houses sit on top of the beds and conjoin in the middle so siblings can play together.
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KIDS CLUBHOUSE

The lofted KURA frames are the ultimate structure for playful tree house-like exteriors. Here, blue and purple houses sit on top of the beds and conjoin in the middle.

They make great cat houses too!

Recognize this headboard? You might. It's two IKEA MANDAL pieces on top of each other and are connected with IKEA STOLMEN Posts, resulting in a dynamic and storage-savvy installation.
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VERTICAL STORAGE

Headboard look familiar? Here, two MANDAL pieces are placed on top of each other and are connected with IKEA STOLMEN posts, resulting in a dynamic and storage savvy installation.

Want the coolest parent of the year award? Try out this nifty DIY that's the ultimate sleeping set-up for a kid. It requires three pieces of IKEA furniture (the KURA Bed, TROFAST storage piece, and BESTA shelf) and, of course, a slide.
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INDOOR PLAY AREA

Here's a chance to win The Coolest parent of the year award.

To encourage his toddler son to switch over to a "big-kid bed," Eric Strong built the ultimate sleeping setup —complete with a secret clubhouse, color-changing lights and even a slide! Our inner children are totally jealous right now.
The most impressive part of the project, which Strong outlined on Youtube, is that the bed actually came together with three pieces of IKEA furniture: A loft beda storage piece and a small shelving unit. To ensure that the additional pieces matched, he purchased a second loft bed and used the parts to build the slide and clubhouse walls.

Here's the video help built get that Best Parent Award you've been eyeing




Source: House Beautiful

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Comments

  1. i love the idea of using nine IKEA Kitchen cabinets to raise the beds and give more storage! i wouldn't know it is a cabinet, until you actually mention it hahaha

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    1. It's really quite clever of them to think of using cabinets!

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  2. I love to decorate my bed with simple design. But when visit Ikea,they give a lot of idea and inspiration http://www.unlimitedbeautysecret.com/

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  3. Great idea of Ikea hack! Nice bed u have there~

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  4. i love the ideas! I wish I can assemble item from ikea. I bad at this.

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    1. Plenty of IKEA hacks online to help you :)

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  5. I got a very small bedroom.
    I always wanted to do something on my room to make it look more spacious!
    You post just give me a lot of idea!

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  6. What a great concept! I think with a little thinking out of box you can stretch your imagination at ikea. :)

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  7. Kura bed with slide and secret room looks cool. I'm sure my Little Angels will love this out. Do you know the price of it ?

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    1. Yes, their online catalog has prices. The Kura bed is RM749 http://www.ikea.com/my/en/catalog/products/40253811/

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  8. I love the storage concept since our condos are getting smaller now. And I really like your blog layout. Keep it up :)

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  9. I wished I was a kid again so that I can afford these cool beds! I had always wanted one.

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    1. Hahaha don't think we as kids can afford them but now we can!

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  10. cool concept. love the imaginations

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  11. OMG! I've been loking for posts like this forever! Thank u so much! Gonna save this down so that I'll know how to decorate my kids room in the super near future!

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  12. I enjoy checking out all the ideas displayed at ikea too! have yet trying out any of these tho.

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  13. OH wow... this is but super amazing... I really love all those bunkers.. and my daughter was sooooooo wanting one too.....

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  14. Thanks for sharing. Now I know how to get extra spaces for my room. =)

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  15. Thanks for sharing ! My favourite IKEA hack has got to be the nine kitchen cabinets. PS: Happy New Year!

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  16. I love IKEA! It's like the best place to get ideas to make our house or room look better and they have so many storage ideas

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  17. Love IKEA designs a lot. But scared of the crowds there haha

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  18. I love ikea! Also utilizing every space is great to make a small room seem spacious!

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  19. Wow definitely a really useful hack! Hope I can try to follow the video to do my own Bed frame in the future <3

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  20. The indoor play area suit my style. Id next time I have children, I will garb this furniture from Ikea.

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  21. This is a great idea to decorate our bedroom maybe I should try it hehe

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  22. Wow! I really love the second concept. Hope I can make my own too. with IKEA of course. hee. :D

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  23. i definitely always wish to make a slide for my kids' beds just like that one, so fun eh

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    1. Yeah, too bad they're too small for us!

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  24. this is really indeed good sharing on how to save space with IKEA hacks :) great one! cheers, siennylovesdrawing

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  25. I love IKEA hacks, especially when I want to use something furniture yet have no idea what to turn it into. And heard that IKEA Hacks have even helped boost IKEA sales too, in some ways. :)

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  26. interesting! so useful :).. can count on ikea for ideas like these.

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  27. I love all the space saving and smart furniture from IKEA. They are all so contemporary and intelligently designed.

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