Triple bunk bed – double bunk beds are useful when it comes to saving space in a smaller room. However, sometimes two is simply not enough. Triple bunk beds are similar in structure to double bunks and fit in anywhere with a standard ceiling height of 8 feet. The biggest loss, when construction of triple bunks, is headroom for each bed. Each berth is unusually close to the one above it, and could pose a problem if an adult needs to sleep there.
Sand all edges of the wood to remove splinters or rough spots. Support two 2-by-4-by-75-inch boards on the horizontal surface, side 2 inches resting on the work surface. Place two 2-for-4-by-34-inch boards vertically at each end. Place a table 1 by 1 inch on the bottom inside of each side 75 inches in bed frames piece. Center timber, leaving 1 inch at each end. Fasten with wood screws every 3 inches.
Place a table 84 inch flat screen in the work surface. Apply a bead of wood glue to a narrow outer edge of the board. Place a triple bunk bed frame, with plate 1-by-1 towards the bottom, on the floor in the room will stay. Place one leg in each of the outer corners and hold in place with clamps. Place a 1-by-2-by-34 inches horizontally taco at each end of the frame. Place the taco within the frame so that the widest edge of the strips is based on tables 1-for-1.
Measure from the top of the triple bunk bed frame installed up to 36 inches and makes a mark on each leg. Measure from the top of the bunk average 36 inches and make a mark on each leg. Measure 15 inches above the bottom bunk. Make a mark on the legs in this measurement. Install a plate of 2-by-6-by-34 inches across the outside of the frame at the narrow end. Sand, paint and stain if you wish.