Futon Bunk Beds – are among the most space-efficient beds on the market today. Essentially, a futon bunk bed is a convertible sofa at the bottom and a full size bed at the top. The overhead bunk generally remains in bed form all the time but can still be manipulated to take shape from sofa if the user wishes. This armchair works well for children’s rooms, small rooms and small lofts or apartments. Select two sets of equal sized futons. Measure the length, width and thickness of each piece of wood that forms the headboard and stirrup. Make sure the assemblies are the same size, especially in the width and thickness of the posts.
Physiques a headboard and footboard for the futon bunk beds with wood. These will be placed next to existing headers and stirrups to provide additional support. The posts should be no more than 7 feet tall, but wider and thicker than the original, up to twice as thick. Drill enough holes in the headboards and stirrups to connect the pieces together, but do not overdo it. Make sure you drill large enough holes for the screws that came with the futon frames.
Open attach head frames and stirrups using nuts and bolts. The original headboards and stirrups will fit into the ones you have built. If the posts you use are thicker than the original futon stands, you’ll probably need screws that are more (but the same width as) the originals. Make sure that the futon bunk beds frames are firmly attached to the headboards and stirrups, the bolts are held firmly and firmly and do not move the frames. This is especially vital for the upper berth. This step is important for the total project. Connect a ladder to access the upper berth. Connect to the headboard or footboard with carpenter’s tail and nails.