Full size bunk bed – It used to be that bunk beds were automatically double size, but that is not the case anymore. Builders now stacking larger beds to save space while giving sleepers plenty of space. Most full mattresses measure 54 by 75 inches. You are able to build two separate full beds and stack them, or build the beds as a single unit; just make sure you know the size of your mattresses first. Some manufacturers may vary from standard size. Plans for full size bunk bed are available, but most must be purchased. A good compromise is to check out some of the free plans for two bits and individual full-size beds, then combine the best features of both.
Then plans for homemade full size bunk bed. You can build two separate beds instead of one unit, but the construction is more complex because you have to build two bedside tables and two footboards that can be replaced. This requires centering and drilling half-inch holes at the top of each bedside corner post, and at the bottom of each footstep corner post. Then use the two bedside tables with the bottom bed and the two bedside tables with the overshoot fence and put the half-inch diameter plugs into the holes to hold the beds together. You will want to leave at least two meters of headspace for your sleepers, whether they sleep upstairs or downstairs. Platform beds leave more room for this than mattress and elastic combinations make.
Building full size bunk bed. You need strong corner posts. They should be at least four out of four or two with six. Full-sized banks are not much heavier than twins, but you should always hide on the strong side. When you build the rails that frame the mattress, make sure the box forms they are an inch or two larger than the length and width of the mattress, so you have space inside the bed. Glue and screw two and two on the inside of the side rails, in which should be at least two of six, to provide stable support for the mattress. Make sure the spikes you use are two out of four on strength.