For many, bunk beds represent the height of youth. However, this often means bunk beds are put through a lot. In addition to being super sturdy, bunk beds also need to be able to support a lot of weight. Unfortunately, this isn’t always the case. Many bunk beds are only designed to support a certain amount of weight. If you exceed this weight, your bunk bed can break. In this blog post, we will explore how to add more support for bunk beds.Continue reading How To Add More Support For Bunk Beds?
Twin roll-up slats will not always fit a toddler bed. At the end of the day, it depends on the size of the bed. If you are unsure, measure what you have and buy the other item accordingly.
If you already have the toddler bed, you need to measure the internal area – between the frames. You will have to find slats in the same width and height. Do the same if you already have the roll-up slats and need to buy a toddler bed.
No matter what you purchase first, you can make the other yourself if you are a DIYer who loves wood crafting – doing roll up slats is much easier than making a bed from scratch.Continue reading Would Twin Roll-Up Slats Fit A Toddler Bed?
There’s no single answer as it depends on what type of wood and other materials you want to use; however, here are some general steps you can take to reduce costs while still getting good results.
You could try using plywood instead of hardwoods (like oak); buy your lumber from Home Depot rather than building sites like Lowe’s etc.; look at buying pre-finished furniture pieces/mullions (that is, finished slats with a thin veneer over them) instead of having to finish everything yourself; consider buying premade “platforms” (bed bases made up of multiple boards glued together). If you don’t know which option best suits you then ask someone who does because this kind of stuff isn’t usually covered by warranties.Continue reading What Is The Cheapest Way To Make A Full-size Platform Bed Frame?