Loft beds with storage – Putting a desk in the open space under a high bunk bed creates a space dedicated to tasks within your child’s room, leaving the rest of the room open to play and entertain friends. The remaining space can accommodate a chair, a bookcase or a mattress for guests during the night. Cut all your wood with the specified dimensions. Drill two holes at each end of the two 75-inch beams.
Make loft beds with storage, drill the holes 3 inches from the end of the beam, spaced 3/4 inches apart. Use a drill of the same diameter as the double thread screws. Drill two holes at one end of each of the posts. Place the holes in the center, 12 3/4 inches from the end. Use the same drill bit you did for step one.
Adjust the 75-inch beams and the 36-inch beams in a rectangular loft beds with storage frame. Arrange them so that the ends of the shorter beams rest on the inside faces of the longer beams. One with two wood screws in each corner. Fit the largest sheet of plywood on top of the rectangular frame. Screw in place with a wooden screw for each corner, drilled through the plywood and on the edges of the joists.