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Apparently, I have a habit of designing and building adorable kids’ beds! Check out these 7 awesome kids bed ideas with building plans!

1. Sliding Barn Door Loft Bed

My daughter’s sliding barn door loft bed makes bedtime so magical! It fits a full-size mattress and leaves plenty of space underneath for playing, reading, and tea parties!

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2. Triple Bunk Bed

This DIY triple bunk bed is such a huge space-saver – the kids have so much floor space in their room now that their beds are tucked away in one corner. This is also a smart solution for grandchildren or multiple kids sharing a room. These beds fit a twin size mattress and with the total cost of lumber ringing in at just under $200, building it was not only fun, but cost-effective too! Pretty awesome, right? I just love DIY.

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3. Toddler House Bed

I teamed up with Anya and her husband Topher on this DIY Toddler House Bed project. Anya runs a Florida-based sign shop called Haven Made Designs (follow her on Instagram @havenmadedesigns). She and her hubby were transitioning their daughter the 1 last update 2020/06/04 from a crib to a toddler bed and wanted to build her something fun and whimsical, yet low to the ground. I’m so happy they reached out and asked me to draw up the plans for them!I teamed up with Anya and her husband Topher on this DIY Toddler House Bed project. Anya runs a Florida-based sign shop called Haven Made Designs (follow her on Instagram @havenmadedesigns). She and her hubby were transitioning their daughter from a crib to a toddler bed and wanted to build her something fun and whimsical, yet low to the ground. I’m so happy they reached out and asked me to draw up the plans for them!

This bed accommodates a crib/toddler mattress. Can you believe this project cost less than $50 in lumber?! Fifty bucks never looked so good!

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4. DIY Cabin Bed

This is the bed I built for my son. I teamed up with my dear friend Ana White to bring you the building plans and tutorial for this DIY cabin bed. You may recall how I built my three-year-old son a $30 platform bed that primarily served as a placeholder until I built him The Most Epic Bed Ever. Well, this is the bed I was talking about. I built it so that it easily disassembles since we move around so often (Army life).

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5. DIY Lego Loft Bed

My dear friend Jaime Costiglio asked me to collaborate with her on this fun project! She built this ‘bed full of fun’ for her son. Isn’t it awesome? I mean, check out all that storage and the fun play/work space underneath, not to mention those adorable hanging buckets! Genius.

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6. Restoration Hardware-Inspired Toddler Bed

I built this bed when my daughter transitioned from a crib to a toddler bed. I fell in love with a similar bed from Restoration Hardware, but just couldn’t bring myself to drop that much money on a bed that would last us only a few short years. Building this DIY kids bed saved me so much money and I just love how it turned out, but my heart broke a little because my baby girl is growing up way too fast!

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7. Kitty Twin Trundle Bed

Betty wanted to build a twin-sized trundle bed for her kiddos so she reached out to me to draw up the plans. She was inspired by an adorable unicorn headboard she spotted online and we decided to put our own spin on it and came up with this sweet kitten headboard! It’s so cute! And the additional roll-out trundle bed makes sleepovers extra fun!

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That’s all my DIY kids bed plans for now. I’ll surely be adding more in the future, but hopefully these plans will be useful if you’re looking for a few awesome kids bed ideas.

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