Building a loft bed– A loft to your child’s room is a space-saving solution that opens up more than 20 square meters of space for other uses. Sand all surfaces of your timber. It does not have to be Polish-smooth, but should be free of drawbacks that could cut or cause splinters your children. Apply a coat of stain or paint for all surfaces of the timber. Allow to dry.
Replace the four beams in a rectangle with the 36-inch beams inside the 75-inch beams, all four bars standing on their 2-inch sides. 4th Final beams with two wood screws per joint. Drive screws through the face 75- inch beams and the end of the 36-inch beams. Place the plywood on top of the frame. The screw in place with a screw per corner. Seen a position in a corner consisting of two bars on the lower side of the frame. Secure it in place with three wood screws, driven through the plywood and the end of the beam. Strength with two screws driven through each adjacent beam and the sides of the post. Repeat for each of the three remaining corners and positions of building a loft bed.
Connect two posts in one 75-inch side of the bed by connecting a 72-inch plank, positioned with lower edge 40 inches from the floor. Screw it in place with four screws per beam set in the corners of the rectangle formed by overlapping plank beam. Insert the other 72-inch plank directly opposite the first. Screw in place with four screws per beam. Connect two posts in one 39-inch side of the bed by connecting a 36-inch plank, positioned with lower edge 28 inches from the floor on the inside of the building a loft bed.