How to Build Kids Bunk Beds with Desk

Feb 1st

Kids bunk beds with desk – A litter is the set of two or more beds in one cabinet to the room where you are have more free space for children to do other activities in your bedroom, for example play. There are homes that have little space and requires owners to reorganize furniture, this results in a family of four living in a two-room flat have to reorganize and maximize space to the fullest in order to live. This is one of the situations that cause the need for a litter also has included a desk and drawers for textile, toys or other items. The design and colors depend entirely buyer and assigned to buy or manufacture the whole budget furniture.

The first step to start making kids bunk beds with desk is included, pointing the exact measurements of the room where it will be installed. Caution should be exercised with height so that the top bunk bed is not too close to the ceiling. Buy the furniture and start unpacking the woods and screws for modular pieces are not mixed with each other and then have to dismantle everything. Start by the main structures of the bottom, where it will go a bed with large drawers and at the foot of the bed will be followed by a table that will be the writing desk in the room. Under the desk put a pair of pedestals to strengthen stability and security of the table.

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Once the bottom, place thick side tables to screw the upper structure of the litter, like bedspring and the guardrail. To complete the furniture of kids bunk beds with desk, add some cabinets organize clothes and at the same time serve to give back to the berth stability. The next step is to place elements like staircase to access the upper bed and shelves that are hung on the wall to place small objects of daily use or decoration. Check and tighten all the screws so that an accident cannot occur when users use. Clean the entire structure with a special product for wood with a damp cloth. Place the textile accessories to bedding and items needed to use the desktop, as is a lamp, a chair and products for storing pencils and documents.