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25 Coolest Built-in Beds for Kids

By Handmade Charlotte |

Built-In Kids Bed

Built-in beds are a great way to maximize limited space or provide a creative space for your child’s imagination to run wild. Here are 25 of our favorite built-in beds for kids from around the web to get you inspired.


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25 Coolest Built-In Beds for Kids

Built-In Beds for Kids

Curtains from IKEA create a circus-inspired theme for this built-in loft bed and playroom.
via family living


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Rachel Faucett is the author of the well-loved DIY crafts blog Handmade Charlotte. When she's not working as a designer for major brands like Anthropologie, Coats & Clark, and Plaid Enterprises, you can find her crafting on her farm outside of Atlanta with her husband and five children. Read bio and latest posts → Read Rachel's latest posts →

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3 thoughts on “25 Coolest Built-in Beds for Kids

  1. Whoozgatta says:

    I lived in a castle when I was a twerp. The bed was made of stone. Once a year, the grooms would sweep it out and line it with fresh straw. That was itchy.

  2. Canuckmom says:

    I’d hate to change the sheets on most of them…

  3. Stephanie says:

    I can honestly tell you after having 3 girls none of these bedrooms can be used. Fist of all they are safety issue and second of all there is no room to grow with the child.

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