Building Bunk Beds with Steps

Jul 11th

Bunk beds with steps can be a large space savior in your children’s bedroom, cutting floor space occupied by beds literally in half. But bunk beds can cost a lot of money, even at low-priced warehouses. But simple bunk beds are a relatively easy and cheap do-it-yourself project that may be ready for a weekend.

Over Bunk Beds with Steps
Over Bunk Beds with Steps

Bunk beds with steps are great for bedrooms shared by siblings. They are also perfect for dorms. However, the least robust portion of pre-purchased bunk beds seems to be the steps. The children are often rough on it; use it for a number of things ranging from part of a fortress to a place to hang their laundry. With some hurry, some wagon bumps and some tools, you can quickly and easily fashion a new ladder for your children’s beds.

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Instructions

Measure from the top of the base of the bed float down to the floor. Think of the old saying, “Measure twice, and cut once.” Measure it again. This is how long the pages of your bunk beds with steps will need. Saw two of the 2-by-4 bits to this length. Cut five 1-1 / 2 meter pieces from the third 2-of-4. These will be the step pins. Bolt the ladder pins to the two side edges you cut in step 1. These should be located 10 to 12 inches apart vertically. The fifth paragraph should be nailed even with the top of the steps post.

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Check if your bunk beds with steps will get the correct height when attached to the top base card. If it needs adjusting to a shorter length, do it now. If it’s too short, go back to step 1 and start over again. Draw a circular arc on the top of the ladders. Saw on your arced line to remove the uneven edges of the best pages. Sand your entire ladder to prepare. Bite and paint your finished ladder. Let dry. Nail your ladder to the top base board bed overladen. Your ladder should also touch the ground, to provide it with more stability.

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