Loft beds for kids with desk – Loft beds come in handy in tight spaces. Is raised above the ground and allows the space below to be used for other purposes. They offer a space efficiency solution that other sleeping solutions simply cannot. By building a desk in a loft bed, you eliminate the need to purchase a separate desk. And which saves time and money and plenty of space.
Homemade loft beds for kids with desk saw two 75-inch-long side rails and two 40-inch-long cross beams of the 2-by-8-inch lumber. This is done to accommodate a twin mattress, the average size of a loft bed. If your mattress is a different size. Then cut side rails to the length of your mattress, and add 3-1 / 2 or 4 inches. Cut out strips only slightly larger than the mattress’ width. Divide two 2-by-2-by-96-inch lumber boards in two slat support rails that measure the inside length of the bed frame. This is equal to 3 inches less than the total length of the side rails.
After that to homemade loft beds for kids with desk, cut at least 6 strips equal to the length of the end rails, two ladder side rails and five rungs of 2-by-4-inch lumber boards. Then cut the 4-by-4-inch lumber into four legs that measure the height of the bed. And then assemble the side rails and end rails in a rectangular frame with end rails between the side rails and secure each joint by five 3-inch screws. Then screw the slat support rails in the inside of the bed frame, leaving 3 inches above them and 2 inches below. Apply wood glue to the top of the guides and slide the slats in place.