Making Trundle Bunk Beds

The trundle bunk beds are nice to have because it does not occupy space, except when in use. They can provide an extra bed for the company overnight. The trundle beds are also great for children’s rooms because they are usually the size of a double bed. You can make your own nest double bed, perfect for slipping under daybeds. This will be easier to use when additional space is needed to sleep.

Measures the part below the trundle bunk beds. Measure from the bottom of the bed frame to the ground to make sure you have enough space for a trundle bed before starting the project. Note that the nest will be about 8 inches (20 cm) tall and about 6 feet (183 cm) long. Show the measurements of your mattress just to be sure that the measures of wood deserves. Adjusts measures accordingly if necessary.

Trundle bunk beds use the measuring tape and a pencil to mark the necessary steps in your timber. Take the 4 “x 8” (10 cm x 20 cm) of pine and cut two lengths of 6 feet (183 cm) long for the sides of the nest. Cut the remaining 4 “x 8” (10 cm x 20 cm) between the end pieces of the nest. Cut pieces of 2 “x 4” (5 cm x 10 cm) to 6 feet (183 cm) long for use as supports for the nest.

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