Loft bunk beds – Whether you are a parent, college student or undergraduate, loft bunk beds offer many advantages over conventional bed frames. A well-built loft can minimize clutter in the bedroom and optimize space for extra work, play, storage or seating area. Computer platforms and office desks typically fit well in a loft, freeing up floor space in the cramped bedrooms. The versatility of this bed design allows you to build a traditional loft bunk bed, a double bed bunk bed or a standard double bed. It is an effective, affordable solution for any do-it-yourself builder.
The conversion of loft bunk beds for a release loft floor space previously occupied by the lower bunk. Your child can make this additional space into a study space, a storage area or playback. While these instructions are for the conversion of one twin size bunk wooden bed in a loft bed, you can easily modified to adapt to other sizes or materials.
Paint or stain the wood to match the loft bunk beds. Remove the mattresses and store them out of the way. Remove the frame bunk, which means taking all bunk apart and reassembled without the bottom bunk. Place the planks 78 inches for the legs of the bed on the long side of the bed facing the wall, running parallel to the floor and connecting the two legs. Place two boards 39 inches for the legs of the bed in one of the short sides of the bed, similar to the way you put the longer boards. Repeat step 5 for the other short side of the bed. Lift the top of the mattress in place. Store or discard the mattress and hardware for the lower bunk.