Fast Fix: Kids Rooms

DIY Upholstered Toddler Daybed

Reading spot by day, comfortable padded bed by night. Repurpose a standard crib mattress and bedding to create your own upholstered toddler daybed with simple tools and no sewing.

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Assembly

Attach bed frame to headboard with 3-inch screws. Tip: Add strength to the mattress by using scrap plywood to cover frame joists.

Add Mattress and Bedding

Bed is designed so a standard crib-sized mattress will fit. Use crib sheeting and toddler blankets to complete.

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