A beautiful raised bed for the children's room made of underlayment, by Yimmy

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Yimmy

Yimmy

NL

Average

2 minutes

Description of Yimmy

Raised children's bed with cupboard space (shelves) made of underlayment plates with interior made of pine beams. Considering the 1930s house, not all walls and corners are straight, so first made a frame of beams and then measured before ordering underlayment plates. The stairs are loose and can be moved. Screw-on hinges were used for the doors. Bed base (90x200) and door knobs are ordered separately. It is also ideal that corners can already be sawn, so that the bed fits nicely as a niche in the sloping space. I chose to build the bed completely separately, but since the bed can no longer be moved. You could also choose to use the walls for the framework.

How I made this project

1. First I measured and drew out the frame of spruce beams. Got beams from hardware store. In the drawing I have also taken into account standard bed base sizes. Make sure you always leave enough room (especially in old homes).
2. Then underlayment plates were measured and ordered online.
3. Underlayment plates attached with standard sheet metal screws. I chose not to conceal it, but screws can be concealed with wood filler or dowels.
4. Finally, the screw-on hinges on the doors were drawn out and adjusted.

Dimensions of my DIY project

230.0 x 110.0 x 90.0 cm

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How next?

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€ 207,27


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