Full size loft bed with desk – If you place an office in an open space under a bunk bed, your child’s room will have its own task area, leaving the rest of the room open to play and entertain for friends. The rest of the room can accommodate a chair, a bookshelf or a mattress for guests during the night. Set aside an afternoon for this project and overnight for the paint to dry. Cut all wood to the specified dimensions. Drill two holes at each end of the two 75-inch bars. Drill the holes 3 inches from the end of the beam, spaced by 3/4 inch. Use a drill bit with the same diameter as the double-threaded screws.
Make full size loft bed with desk, Drill two holes at one end of each station. Place the holes in the middle, 12 3/4 inches from the end. Use the same drill as for the first. Sand all sides of your wood with sandpaper. Sand again with fine-grained sandpaper. Set the 75-inch bars and the 36-inch bars in a rectangular frame. Arrange so that the ends of the shorter bars lie on the inner surfaces of the longer bars. One with two wood screws in each corner. Mount the largest plywood panel on top of the rectangular frame. Screw in a wood screw for each corner, pierce the plywood and the edges of the beams. Place a post in one corner of the rectangular frame so that its holes align with the holes in the carrier. Attach two body screws through the holes and tighten.
Repeat step three, three more times, to attach the other three stations to the remaining three corners. Set a 50-inch board to connect two posts to a short end of the full size loft bed with desk that is 36 inches above the ground. Fix it with four wood screws per post. Repeat the process to secure the other board at the opposite end. Define the remaining four posts in a rectangle as in building the bed structure. Connect the corners with two wood screws each. Place the smallest plywood board on the frame. Connect with a wood screw in each corner.