Building Twin Loft Bunk Bed
Twin loft bunk bed – for extra space in small bedrooms or apartments by creating useful floor area beneath them. An elevated double loft can accommodate a study with bookcases, desk and chair all within easy reach. You will use robust braced wooden poles that can withstand the weight of about 250 kg. Do framed plywood box platform sufficient to set the mattress. Railings can guarantee a safe sleeping place. A twin loft bunk bed ladder gets you safely up to and down from your attic.
Check the length and width of your twin mattress. Measure the mattress measurements with your tape measure. If choosing to additional box spring, measure the total thickness of the box spring mattress plus. Cut your wood to build the mattress box. Cut two lengths of two and six hours 2 inches longer than the previous measured width of the mattress.
Construct a rectangular lumber box. Connect a long board with a card board with a screwdriver and 3-inch screws. Connect the remaining boards to form the rectangular box frame. Use three screws along the boards in the corners to give sufficient strength to the frame.
Cut four-by-four hours post at least one 3-foot ceiling clearance. Use a level to be sure that you have a straight cut line. Clean all surfaces of sawdust. Turning a mattress on top of the platform. Set the bunk bed ladder next to the Clean all surfaces of sawdust. Turning a mattress on top of the platform. Set the bunk bed ladder next to the twin loft bunk bed.