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Personalizing your kid’s bed

It’s easy and fun to make the area around your kid’s bed more personal. One way is to go for bed linen with a pattern that reflects what your child is interested in. And of course with textile products, you can make things more comfortable, too. There are plenty more tips below.

Two SUNDVIK beds with KÄPPHÄST quilt covers and pillowcases stand in a bedroom with a cushion and toys on the floor.
Two SUNDVIK beds with KÄPPHÄST quilt covers and pillowcases stand in a bedroom with a cushion and toys on the floor.

Practical and personal

There’s a lot you can use to make the area around the bed both practical and personal for your child – lamps, cushions, bed linen, bed tents or bed canopies, storage like wall cabinets or boxes that fit under the bed, and more.

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See all children’s textiles

Art on the ceiling

A great way to create something completely unique is to paint a striking pattern on the ceiling.

A cottage in the country

Your child can use a KURA reversible bed in two ways – like a loft bed, as shown here, or to sleep lower down, like an ordinary bed. In both positions you can easily add this KURA bed tent with curtain and turn the bed into their own little cottage.

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See all children’s beds

A calm cozy canopy

With a bed canopy you’ll add a fairytale touch and create a calm place that makes your child’s room extra cozy.

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For your young scientist

With this KURA bed tent with curtain you can transform a KURA reversible bed into a home in the forest where your young scientist can study the wild animals.

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See all children’s bed accessories & canopies