I see the Ikea Kura bed all over Pinterest!
It’s not a surprise because it’s really cute and kind of the ideal bed for a toddler. It’s low to the ground, easy to put together, and can be modified a million different ways. I chose to not do it as a lost because Noelle is wild and she would 100% jump off it for fun. After flipping it around I decided to keep the natural wood and add some fun removable wallpaper from Coloray.
If you haven’t used removable wallpaper yet you need to! It’s amazing! It goes on so easily and adds the perfect pop to any project. I had this installed in about 15 minutes. I can’t wait to use it on more and more projects. It’s really perfect for someone like me with design ADD. It adds so much character to your project without the commitment. If you want to redo it down the road just peel it off! There are a lot of removable wallpaper companies out there but Coloray is by far my favorite, the have the most amazing prints you’ll ever find.
What we used for bedding.
When you have a toddler you quickly learn to not waste tons of money on bedding. I chose some basic pink sheets and a duvet from Pottery Barn to pull out the pink in this adorable cactus design.
The entire bed project cost me about $150! Not too shabby since I see beds going for $600+ for kiddos. The best part? She loves it! I set out to create a fun and comfy spot for her to grow, knowing that I would be redoing this down the road as she got older.