Kids bunk beds with desk – By combining a bed loft style bed with a desk below you can open the floor area in your child’s room. It also creates the psychological advantage of defining a workplace where your child is able to do homework. This can help your child’s focus during the study time. These directions are for a twin-size bed with cheap materials, but adjust sizes and replace wood for larger or more attractive projects.
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Drill two holes at each end of the 75-inch beams, placed 2-3 / 4 inches from the end of the beam and 3/4 inches apart. Drill two holes at one end of your 72-inch insert, placed in the middle 12 inches and 12-3/4 inches from the end kids bunk beds with desk. Use a drill with the same diameter as your bolts. Gently grind all surfaces in your wood. It does not have to be polish-smooth but should be smooth enough to avoid splitting.
Place the two 75-inch beams and the two 36-inch beams in a rectangle resting on their narrow sides. Set the rectangle so that the shorter beams are on the inside kids bunk beds with desk. Connect the rectangle with two wooden screws in each joint. Run the screws through the side of the long beam and into the end of the shorter beam. Attach larger plywood board to the frame with a wooden screw in each corner. Reinforce with a wooden screw centered along each side. Lay two 72-inch posts side by side, approximately 3 feet apart. Set them so that the drilled holes are at the same ends, with the boreholes running parallel to the floor.
Connect the posts with a 50-inch plank. Place the shelf so that the bottom runs 30-1 / 2 inches from the ends of the posts with no holes, with the ends of the posts aligned with each other. Attach with four screws on each post, each screw in one corner of the rectangle formed by the shelf patches the post. Flip over the posts and attach a second 50-inch plank opposite the first one. Screw it in the same way, four screws per fastening point.