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Loft bunk beds with desk – If you have a bedroom where you feel that you lack space for many things. The low bed area will allow you to accommodate whatever you need, from a desk, shelves, cabinets or even a small tent for the little ones. When you finish building, you have a piece that is about 4 meters wide x 7 meter x 6 meters high. Throw a single mattress on the ceiling and pull a chair up to the flat desktop that you can use as a writing surface or to set your computer on.

Loft Bunk Beds with Desk Design

Loft Bunk Beds with Desk Design

Measure the height and width of the area you plan to build loft bunk beds with desk. This is crucial, because you will need these measurements to know how much wood to buy. Get some wood. You need four positions, at least three pieces of wood to span the long section across the bed. And eight to serve as support for the horizontal part. Also decide if you want to build a separate ladder or just add more wood to the horizontal part.

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Build loft bunk beds with desk, drill starter holes in the top two of your posts. They should be about 6 to 12 inches from the top of the post. Then drill more holes in the bottom with the same distance. Lay them flat on the floor.  Place one of your long pieces of wood between the two positions, so that it sits on top and in the course of the starting blocks. Screw the beam into place.

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