Twin Bunk Beds With Trundle Design
Twin bunk beds with trundle are a form of home furniture that is built to save space. These beds also enhance the look of a room. The trundle beds are also excellent for children’s rooms as they are generally the size of a double bed. You can make your own two-seat trundle bed, ideal for sliding under day beds. This will be easy to use when additional sleeping space is needed. Measure the bottom of the bed. Measure from the bottom of the bed frame to the floor to make sure you have enough space for a trundle bed before beginning the project. Keep in mind that the nest will be approximately 8 inches (20 cm) high and approximately 6 feet (183 cm) long.
Check the measurements of your mattress twin bunk beds with trundle just to be sure that the measurements of the wood correspond to you. Adjust the measurements accordingly if necessary. Use the tape measure and a pencil to mark the necessary measurements on your wood. Take 4 “x 8” of pine and cut two 6-foot (183 cm) long lengths for the sides of the nest. Cut the remaining 4 “x 8” in the middle of the pieces at the ends of the nest. Cut the pieces from 2 “x 4” to 6 feet long for use as nest supports. Cut all the wood with the circular saw. Place the two long pieces of the nest on its sides. Place the short pieces at the ends. Use the drill to add two wood screws to each attachment joint.
Insert the 2 “x 4” brackets into the nest twin bunk beds with trundle frame. Align them on the long sides of the frame on your sides. Use the drill and wood screws to attach the brackets to the sides of the nest. Turns the completed frame. Drill holes in each of the four corners that are ¼ inch (0.6 cm) smaller than the wheel bolts. Screw a wheel into each of the four holes. Turn the bed frame over again. Paint or stain the bed as you wish. Allow to dry completely before inserting the wooden stand and the mattress. Screw two handles on one side of the trundle bed to make it easier to get in and pull out from under the bed. Measure from the end of the bed to be sure to evenly position the handles.