Convert space under a loft bed into storage and a desktop space. Simple plans even have a spot to hide a cpu!
1 – 1×4, 6′ Length
3 – 1×12, 8′ Length
1 – 1×12, 6′ Length (Desktop)
1 – 1×3, 8′ Length
1 1/4″ Screws
4 – 1×12 @ 29 1/4″ (Bookshelf Sides)
4 – 1×12 @ 24 1/2″ (Bookshelf Shelves)
1 – 1×12 @ 26″ (Small Bookshelf Desktop)
1 – 1×12 @ 67″ (Large Desktop)
2 – 1×3 @ 24 1/2″ (Footer)
2 – 1/4″ Plywood @ 26″ x 30″ (Backs)
2 – 1×4 @ 29 1/4″ (Desktop Legs)
Work on a clean level surface. Check for square and use good straight boards. Predrill all screw holes with a countersink bit. Be safe and have fun!
I hope everyone had a productive and enjoyable weekend. After 50 pages on my book proposal last week and my husband using 25 gallons of paint and primer up on our garage last weekend, we felt the need to NOT work on Sunday. So I am just returning from a day of watching kids play on the beach, jet skiing and intertubing, fishing, and eating - you know, lake stuff. Much needed lake stuff.
And I don't really consider drawing plans up for you work, because I love designing furniture, and I love seeing your photos (wow, thanks so much for sharing tons of photos on our facebook page! ) but once in a while, it's nice to be away from the computer. And once in a while, it's nice to eat one too many smores.
Today, we are going to finish up the loft bed plans by adding two small bookcases and a desktop. I actually designed this plans so that it's really one small bookcase, with a longer top on one of the bookcases.
These bookcases are actually very similar to the Willy Bookcases here . But I wanted to design bookcases specifically for the loft bed, plans that work with a large bookcase to make for smart storage in your teens room
We already have plans for the loft bed and the large bookcase , so these smaller bookcases are the final pieces to the loft bed collection.
And here is from Casey, shared on our Facebook Fan Page