Bunk Bed Woodworking Plan Full over Full Size Bunk with Two Large Storage Drawers

January 21, 2014 - Comment

Bunk bed plans to build a full over full-size bunk bed. This 20+ page comprehensive plan explains how to select lumber, cut, sand, drill, apply finish and assemble a beautiful wooden bunk bed that is as solid and sturdy as those built by Bunk Beds Unlimited. It comes with a store-ready quick shopping list so

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Bunk bed plans to build a full over full-size bunk bed. This 20+ page comprehensive plan explains how to select lumber, cut, sand, drill, apply finish and assemble a beautiful wooden bunk bed that is as solid and sturdy as those built by Bunk Beds Unlimited. It comes with a store-ready quick shopping list so that you can head right out and purchase the materials you need to get started. This plan makes use of widely available of-the-shelf lumber and materials. You can build it even if you have little or no woodworking experience using a circular saw, an electric drill, a power sander and a few hand tools. It is a great first woodworking project or family project. This plan covers construction of the bunk bed only, or a bunk with two storage drawers. This bunk measures 66 ½” tall by 81″ long by 57 1 ½” wide and uses two full-size standard mattresses. The finished bed will stand up to daily use for many years and continue to look nice. Many of the beds we have manufactured have been in daily use in hotels, camps, shelters and other institutions for 15 years or more, supporting adult weight and still look great.

Product Features

  • (Not a Bed) Woodworking Plans To Build Your Own Beds
  • Easy to Follow Instructions
  • Complete Optional Hardware Kit (Lumber not Included)
  • Materials Shopping List Included
  • Build a Solid Very Sturdy and Good Looking Bed

Comments

Anonymous says:

The end result is wonderful. I have a great looking full-size bunk bed. It cost me less than $300 for the high-quality wood, sandpaper, primer, and paint. And just under $100 for the plans and hardware from Bunk Beds Unlimited. So it cost me around $400 all together (probably a third of the price of it’s retail value).No complaints in that department.The difficulty of the wood work is medium-high, and I would not recommend a novice doing it alone. You’ll need a router, a…

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