I love dreaming of owning Pottery Barn furnishings for a perfect nursery or kid’s room, but looking at the prices, it’s pretty much a no-go for me. Kids can be tough an furniture and on top of that, they do tend to outgrow certain pieces within a few years. The money spent on the furniture could go for other things that kids seem to have an endless list to work with. You can make quality pieces at home, anyway, and that will give you the option to customize as well for any look you are trying to achieve! Here are 11 DIY Kid’s Furniture Projects that are practical and easy!
11 DIY Kid’s Furniture Projects
Adriel Booker has an amazing Toddler Loftbed from an Upcycled Crib. This is an ingenious way to make use of your baby’s crib after they have grown out of it.
If you happen to have a dresser drawer from other upcycled projects, then make this Storage Box from Two It Yourself.
This Tree Book Shelf DIY from PatrickW51 via Instructables has a natural feel. I think this is perfect for any kid’s room.
Shanty 2 Chic has a great plan for a DIY Storage Idea that makes clean-up a breeze in any child’s space.
This simple Plan for a Pottery Barn Inspired Nightstand from Addicted 2 DIY is something you could do in one weekend.
The House of Wood has such a cute DIY Cabin Bed for you to make that is absolutely something any kid would treasure.
Check out this creative Repurposed Dresser Storage Bench from My Repurposed Life. What a perfect place to read and store your child’s books.
If you have two kiddos that share a room, this DIY Kid’s Loft Bed with Stairs from Bright Green Door is a perfect DIY project for you!
This simple DIY Kid’s Nightstand from Plaid made from a crate is a simple afternoon project to make.
Living Well Mom has a simple Upholstered DIY Kid’s Bench to make for any room in your house.
Turn a Kitchen Cabinet into a Child’s Desk with these instructions from Rachel via Hometalk. It only takes a couple of hours!