Furniture Project Bunk Beds Make For Fabulous Sleeping Accommodations For Younger Folks They Are Easy Enough To Build And Take Up Less Space In A Bedroom Than Conventional Single Beds
Furniture project bunk beds make for fabulous sleeping accommodations for younger folks they are easy enough to build and take up less space in a bedroom than conventional single beds is bookmark about Magazine bookmarked by frederick with ID 1418681786 was uploaded on 06-01-2019 and has been viewed 171,900 times.
Mission Style Bunk Bed Lead Illustration by Mike Del Rizzo; Illustrations by James Provost SUPPLY CHECKLIST90 BF 4/4 oak4 BF 3/4" oak (for stiles)45 BF 3/4" pine (for mattress slats)52 feet of 1/8" rift-sawn oak12" of 5/8" doweleight - 5 1/4" bed boltseight bed bolt coversstainamber shellacdark brown waxI made this bunk bed at the request of my young son.
He's making new friends and would like to be able to invite them to sleepovers.This bunk bed should fit the bill.As with a lot of the furniture in my house, it's made in the Mission style, for which the words 'big', 'square', 'quartersawn' and 'white oak' immediately come to mind.
However, instead of using harder to find and more expensive quarter-sawn white oak, I opted to use rift-sawn and plain-sawn red oak.This bunk bed essentially consists of two bed frames, one mounted on top of the other.
The joinery is a mix of old and new schools.I used mortise and tenon joinery to fasten the bed frames together, pocket hole joinery and dados for the ladder, and plugged screws for the safety rails.In keeping with more traditional bunk beds of the Mission period, I used slats in place of...