Bunk beds and lofts are a classic way to provide a personal space for each child in a smaller size bedroom. Separate sleeping areas give each child a sense of privacy while saving the floor space. Before considering bunk beds, think about who will use them the most. While the children are witty, bunk beds and lofts cannot be the best choice for the family when visiting the city. Also, make sure that the person in the translator can climb up and down the steps.
Bunk beds and lofts. Place 1-by-3-inch boards side by side on the work surface. Measure 7/8 of an inch from the right side of the board and draw a line down the length of each board. Turn the discs and repeat on the other side. Measure from the upper edge down 6 ½ inches and mark a mark on the center line, measure down 13 inches and make another brand on the center line. From bottom to bottom, measure 11 ½ inches, 18 inches and 24 ½ inches and mark all these measurements on the center line. Transfer the measurements to each board. These measurements are the location of each side socket.
Ideas for build bunk beds and lofts. Set a 63-inch leg on its side and align a 1-on-4-inch board perpendicular to the top edge of the board. Use recesses to drill two screws through the leg in the side slat. Line the other leg with the opposite end and screw in two screws. Place two 1-by-3 inch boards, 63 inches long, down on the work surface. Line a 80 ½ inch board perpendicular to the top of the 63 inch board align the edges and fasten with two screws through the side lamella into the leg. Move to the opposite edge and repeat with the other leg. Place the two side edges on their sides with the slats facing the outside. Row an 80½-inch slat at the 13-inch mark for the top slat and bottom at the 11½-inch mark. Attach both of these with two 1/14-inch screws at each end. Place 55-inch on board perpendicular to the bottom edge of the front piece, at the same level as the bottom of the louver, 16½ inches from the left side of the bed.