Bunk bed plans ana white, open shelf vanity plans - For Begninners

Categories: Wooden Park Bench Plans | Author: admin 09.06.2014

Anna from Take the Side Street wrote on our Facebook Page that she could not find the plans for the bunk bed she made a couple of years ago to credit in her source list for her son's amazing room. These bunk beds are unique because they are easy to build and can be assembled and disassembled easily.
And then we build the front, which is a little different than the back, but still, so easy. This is what Rebecca said when she posted her photo on our Facebook Fan Page "Here is the loft bed finished for my 12 year old's room. The bed might just follow her to college, but I bet the pride and self confidence from building this bed will last a lifetime.  Rebecca, thanks so much for sharing your amazing story.
Angela, Rebecca, you made your beds.  But you made my day.  And you are making me (and probably tons of other people) want to run to the lumber store! And while you are at the lumber store, somebody, please pick up some colorful paint, like these turquoise bunk beds from Ohdeedoh.
If your child is heavy or you expect the bed to take a large amout of abuse, I recommend purchasing metal braces, and screwing to the inside of the bed.

The only reason I built this bed was because the room is so tiny (8x8 with small closet) it was very difficult for the kids to play, and then put their things away in a space the size of a short hallway. And I don't know how easy this bed was to build personally, all I can say is I printed off the plans and handed them to the Ram and Grandpa Tim and said, I'll be out after I finish my post. If you are building this loft bed without the stair platform, add 2x4s all the way down to make a "ladder" for the kids to climb up.
An alternative method is to attach metal bed brackets directly to the ends if you have those. This bed is designed to work with a bunkie board, but we just used 2x6s cut to length as the bed slats. They also sell what is called a bunkie board and also sell bunkie board mattresses - or mattresses with an included bunkie board. I was going to the lumber yard to get the materials to make my daughter the fort bed TODAY, then I saw this was just posted. Ana this just might top the clubhouse bed, love how Grace can play underneath in her new 'fort' just like my kids do under the clubhouse bed.

I find it is those early plans, some even built before I blogged, that I cling to, cherish, and can't find myself replacing.
I promised my daughter I would make her a bunk bed as soon as I finished my farmhouse bed and I just couldn't settle on any of the plans. When I searched in English, your site came up and I?m totally excited building the bunk bed and other stuff!!! I was planning to do the one with stair storage, but with parallel rails instead of perpendicular ones. Also, have you thought about adding a shelf or two under the mid platform to add some storage space.

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