This post has been edited with revised plans reflecting my husband’s growing know-how since he built with corrected measurements from the plans that first inspired the project.
The Triple Bunk Bed is finished!
To see some of the process, click here.
Well, it was finished a while ago but I wanted to be able to share with you the plans my husband put together.
I dress it with Alphabet sheets, from IKEA but discontinued, for the boy, along with an small jungle of stuff animals. We used a standard bed guard you can find at Target or Amazon. The plan includes rails for the upper bunks.
A printed petal duvet from West Elm adorns the girl’s bed.
See two happy children:
I tell them to go to sleep.
She is trying so hard?
The arrangement leaves space for creative wall art at varying levels.
And if you were wondering from my previous post, our pallet bookshelves are standing up against out eager littlest reader.
You can see the plans for the Triple Bunk Bed in picture form for you to download for free! My husband created these based on the written (none-too-detailed) plans we downloaded.
My man loves IKEA instructions, so he converted not too detailed plans into pictures. Then he added text for additional help. Hope you enjoy!
Text Instructions for Triple Bunk Bed Plans (not yet revised…)
We’ve been so happy with these beds, I’m sure you will too!
Update – 4 years later:
The bed was amazing; we loved it. It was incredibly sturdy and when it seems loose in the first year, we tightened the bolts and never had an issue again. Making the lowest bed on laundry day was a struggle, but relief came as the oldest learned to make her bed and helped me. It was relatively easy to dismantle when we moved. This was the perfect bed for our house and kids.