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Diy bunk bed

Discover creative and fun DIY bunk bed ideas to create the perfect sleeping space for your kids. Get inspired and start building your own bunk bed today!
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This may be my favorite project yet. I dreamed this up in my head, and it’s better than I ever imagined. As always, follow along @angelarosehome for more projects. And here is the before! And look at the transformation on these windows! I used black spray paint for the frames and black electrical tape for […]

Brittany Kirby
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Build your own bunk beds with free plans by Ana-White.com. Step by step plans with shopping lists, cut lists and easy to follow diagrams. Also can be built as a low bunk bed - perfect in younger children's rooms - they are easy to access, easy to change bedding, and just as fun as a taller bunk (and no mess under the bed).

Marcie Boyce
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We’re so excited to share how the shared room for our daughters progressed in just one week! As soon as we hit publish on last week’s ORC (One Room Challenge) post, we headed straight to Lowe’s to pick up supplies and get started on the largest project in the room–the built-in bunkbeds. Just yesterday, we […]

Julie Miller
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Now that the main framing is done, it's time to work on the right side and to make this baby pretty! If you missed my framing post you can find it here. I designed the right side so there would be a 'secret room' below (which can eventually be used as storage space!), a fort area on top and then stairs to climb up. There are many different ways to make stairs, but I had an incredible amount of scrap 2x4s left over from the build so I went with this way! I saw a photo on Google and then just…

Kim Normandin