Bunk bed with storage stairs – Having trouble getting into the top bunk? Do you need a ladder to complement your bunk? Here is an easy and cheap scale that anyone can build using materials from their local hardware store. Your future bunk will consist of two parts: the bottom, which is then used as a bed frame, and the top, supported by the small spring flat bar and which acts as a mattress stand. Both pieces are cut of thick agglomerated wood and then glued and screwed. Start the cut with the two side parts A 1 and A 2. Then cut the two head and foot joints B 1 and B 2. The base plate C 1 is then cut off.
Bunk bed with storage stairs, vertical on this base now glue the side parts and sections of the head and feet. Side panels and head and foot joints should be aligned with the outer sides of the motherboard. In advance have the holes that in pencil and counters inked with a little counters inked wood, so that the heads of the screws do not protrude. After attaching the bed frame to your bunk bed, you must screw all the pieces together. This is done by turning the screws on the bottom of the base plate in the vertically laminated chipboard. The same as it does now then the front edge, where the side parts with the head and feet push. Once this is done, the bed frame should have a high stability.
Before cutting D 1 as a rest area for your bunk bed with storage stairs, a 250 cm long piano hinge with an upper surface of a side part must be screwed in. D 1 is in the free leg and then bolted later. The solar disk D 1 is additionally provided with small spring iron. These 5 cm wide spring gouges are screwed at a distance of 10 cm below the deck floor. This spring steels are perforated, have a length of 140 cm and should give the member of the lie additional stability. The thickness should be no more than 3 mm. When screwing the wood screws should be provided on their threads with wood glue. Once this is done, you stick with special glue a large mattress on top of the platform surface. Then screw the surface of the platform onto the articulation rod of the bed frame.