15 Awesome DIY Toddler Bed Ideas

Toddler Bed

Toddler Bed

Are you looking to spruce up your toddler’s bedroom? You do not have to worry about going over-budget with your ideas. Here are some cool and creative DIY toddler bed ideas that are definitely worth the attention they receive.

Here Are 15 Awesome DIY Toddler Bed Ideas:

Fish-Inspired Bed

If your kid is fond of sea animals then this fish-inspired bed idea is perfect. The bed linen should have tiny symbols representing life underwater – sea shells, fish and the occasional crab. The tones suitable for this theme are moss green and blue.

Fish-Inspired Bed

Crib-Cum-Bed

What a genius idea to have a crib turn into a bed by just putting down one of the partitions of the bed to give it an open feel. Place the bed against the wall to increase room space.

Crib-cum-Bed

Pallet Bed

You can spare pieces of pallet wood to put together a cozy bed for your toddler. However, ensure that you sand and blow it after constructing it to give it a complete finish. You can also use the pallet to build a fence around the bed to ensure safety.

Pallet Bed

Princess Bed

You can construct this bed from normal pallet bed but can accent it with the colour pink. Shape the head rest in the form of a tiara and have the bedding in pink and white to keep with the theme.

Princess Bed


Fortress Bed

You can always construct an elevated bed and place a ladder to reach the top. The space underneath the bed can be used to store your kid’s toys. This bed idea is like a fortress.

Fortress Bed

Single Bed

A bed with soft contours is always an advantage for any toddler bed. It can also serve as a dual unit with the space underneath the bed perfect for storing extra bed linen and toys.

Single Bed

Truck Bed

You can choose to be extremely creative by constructing the front portion of a truck and attach it to the bed from the front. While this idea is definitely time consuming, your kid will fall in love with it once completed.

Truck Bed

Fire Truck Bed

You will need extra help for this idea. Build the base of the bed in the form of a fire truck. You can have a white ladder leading to the top. Use red and white as the predominant colours.

Rustic Bed

You can pallet wood to create a rustic bed that looks good. The bed should be low lying to ensure that your toddler doesn’t roll off and get hurt. Leave some extra room at the foot of the bed to keep his bedroom slippers.

Rustic Bed

Compact Bed

Build a compact, four-poster bed for your kid with the help of pallet wood. Keep a raised portion at the side as a safety precaution. This simple and modern idea is a great addition to his bedroom.

Compact Bed

Bunk Bed

While you may think this is an unsafe idea because of the height of it, you have nothing to worry because of the partitions that encircle the bed, keeping it safe.

Bunk Bed

Crib Inspired Bed

The bed comes with wooden railing to keep your baby safe. This bed is safe enough for your kid to climb down as and when he wants. It does not pose any safety issues.

Crib Inspired Bed

Modern

A modern bed helps your kid transition from a crib nicely without much hassle. It should be built low enough to ensure that he does not sustain injuries during the course of the day.

Modern

Detachable Side Rails

If your gets restless, you can always add detachable side rails. Also, place a rug under the bed to minimize the impact of an impending fall if and when it occurs. Make sure the bed is built close to the floor.

Detachable Side Rails

Vintage

You can always opt for a steel-based bed with high railings. It should be easily convertible to ensure that your kid faces no trouble.

Vintage



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