I have no idea where to post this so Mods can move if need be , but I am wondering if anyone out there who has or has seen the Ikea Kura Loft bed if a cot would fit underneath it? I want to get one for DS1 room and when DS2 has to move out of our room I want to have the cot stored under it an pull it out to sleep in but we don't have an ikea here so I can't have a look. Any info would be great - thanks.
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03-05-2013 21:46 #1
Ikea Kura Loft bed - anyone got one?
04-05-2013 12:08 #2Senior Member
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I don't think it will fit, unless you bought an ikea cot which seem to be quite low to the ground. You can go on the ikea website and get the height dimensions for the bed. We had one and it was good but really painfull to change the sheets etc so we ended up ditching it.
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