Twin Loft Bed With Desk And Storage – Putting a desk in the open space under a high bunk bed creates a space dedicated to tasks within your child’s room, leaving the rest of the bedroom open to play and studying with friends. The area can accommodate furniture, a shelve or a bed for guests during the night. Set aside an afternoon for this plans, and overnight so that the colors paint dries. Adjust the 75-inch beams and the 36-inch beams in a rectangular frame.
Assembly them so that the ends of the shorter material rest on the inside faces of the longer material. One with two wood screws in each corner. Fit the largest sheet of plywood on top of the rectangular twin loft bed with desk and storage frame. Screw in place with a base screw for each corner, drilled through the material and on the edges of the joists. Set a post in a corner of the rectangular frame so that its holes are aligned with the holes in the beam.
Attach by running two carriage bolts through the holes, and then tighten them down. Set the remaining four posts in a rectangle as you did when building the twin loft bed with desk and storage structure. Connect at the corners with two wood screws each. Put the smallest sheet of plywood on top of the frame. Connect with a wood screw in each corner. Establish a short-circuit position in the angle formed by the beams of the rectangular frame.