Make a Low Twin Loft Bed with Storage
Twin loft bed with storage – A low twin loft bed with storage splits the difference between a standard loft, which is too high for some areas may be, and a standard bed without storage space underneath. A second advantage is that the shorter legs lead to a greater overall stability of the bed. Even a beginner or novice carpenter can build its own low twin loft bed with storage using tools he’s probably at home, buying wood at a fraction of the cost of picking something up at the furniture store.
To make a low twin loft bed with storage, set the four beams in a rectangle with the shorter beams inside longer. All four beams need against the narrowest margin. Screw the rectangle with two wood screws at each corner. Drive the screws through the face of the long bar and at the end of the short bar. Set the plywood on the top of the frame you’ve built. Screw it in place with one screw in each corner.
Set up a wooden pole at the end in one corner of the frame, located in the angle formed by two beams. Screw it in place by means of two wood screws driven through the plywood and into the end of the post. Put the longest shelf, so that its ends lying against two legs on one long side of the bed frame. Place a shorter shelf on each short side of the bed frame. Place them so that their tops are adjacent the bottom of the long plank. Sand all the faces of the twin loft bed with storage frame.