Loft Bunk Beds – By combining a loft-style bunk with a desk then you can open the space on the floor in your child’s room. It also creates the psychological benefit of defining a workspace where your child will do the homework. This approach can help your child during study time. These instructions are for a double-sized bed using inexpensive materials, but sizes and wood substitutes are adjusted for larger or more attractive projects.
Form a rectangle with its four remaining beams with the shortest beams within the longest beams of the loft bunk beds material. One with two screws for each joint as it did with the frame of the bed. Put the sheet of plywood that remains on the top of the frame and screws it into place with a screw around the corner. Set this frame on its side, placed so that it can reach both sides. Establish a 30-inch entrance in its position in one of the corners of the frame, located in the angle formed by two beams. Screw in place with four screws, one on each corner of the beam. Repeat step 4 to place the remaining three positions in the remaining three corners.
Slide the frame of the loft bunk beds into position. Place the individual mattress in the loft frame. Some people find it easier to put the sheet on the mattress before placing it. Slide the desk between the posts at one short end of the bed. It must fit directly below the stabilization boards, forming a storage area.