Junior loft bed with desk – Adding a loft to your child’s bedroom can provide him with an additional 18 square foot play or toy space. Lofts can create space to add shelves, or even an extra bed if needed in the future. As of March 2010, ready-made kits often cost around $ 100 on hardware stores, but similar patterns are available for free, and the materials can be purchased for a little less. You can add a little more floor space to your child’s room for just a couple of hours by designing a loft.
Lay two 2-inch by 6 inch by 72-inch furubreads on the edge so the outer edges are 36 inches apart. Screwed through the end of a 2-inch by 6-inch-39-inch board, into the end of the 72-inch board. Repeat this process on the other end of the 39-inch board and complete the perimeter of the frame by screwing the last 39-inch board to the opposite ends of the 72-inch discs. Lay a 2-inch-by-6-inch-by-75-inch tall board across the frame, 6 inches from the 72-inch side, and the other 75-inch board 6-inches from the opposite 72-inch side. Screw both boards on the junior loft bed with desk frame with a total of eight screws. These two boards will keep your box spring.
Stand the junior loft bed with desk frame on a 75-inch side. Screw through the inside corner of the frame to a 4-by-4-by-72-inch board so the 4-by-4 is perpendicular to the frame, a ½-inch from the 75-inch edge, and 75-inch discs are between the frame and the ends of 4-by-4s that will be on the floor. Screw the other 4-by-4s to 39-inch discs on the frame in the same way and stand up the bow. Lay the two 2-by-4-inch-by-6-legged furuards parallel and flat so the outer edges are 2 meters apart. Unscrew the four 2-of-4-of-2-foot boards perpendicular to 6-foot boards. Space them evenly. Tilt the ladder on the frame where you want your child to climb up and screw with four screws. Slide the frame into place in its assigned bedroom, long side with the planks against the wall. This leaves the open side facing the room, allowing easy access to the space under the bed.