DIY Bunk Bed Set, With Stairs, Cubbie Shelves and of Course..a Slide!: I enjoyed making Bunk Beds for many years. I was so tired of the big box store models and others that i made these to last generations! I made them mostly from 2x4's and 2x6's, here are a few that I made. Sadly for medical reasons, I no longer am
The Built-In Bunk Beds. These bunk beds are really neat for kids as well. If you have a larger closet then you could actually build these smaller bunk beds within the closet. And this is a cool idea because then your kids would have the whole room left for play space and storage. That would be amazing for most kids.
Here we have another bunk bed frame with perpendicularly mounted lower bed, featuring a large set of stairs on the right side with built-in drawers, plus pockets of storage on the external side. A full dresser is built into the other side of the frame.
29. Twin Bunk Bed with Stairs. This DIY project is a Montana style triple wall unit bunk bed stair and captain's drawers. The crafter very considerately urges you to wear Personal Protection Equipment and reminds you that this project requires at least intermediate level of woodworking skills.
The stairs will go at the bottom of the bunk bed, rising from the floor to the top bunk. To take the measurements, begin by measuring diagonally from the top of the railing on the wall side of the upper bunk to the bottom of the foot on the lower bunk.
This DIY loft bed design features a full-sized bed on the bottom and a twin bed on the top with a safety rail and stairs. What's cool about this furniture plan is that you can use the sides of the steps as shelves for storing books and stuffed animals.