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  1. American Girl Changing Table or Bunk Beds

    I didn't have much time to build this combination American girl changing table or bunk bed, basically two days before it was due so the artistic side of the project suffered. I used poplar and the lacquer finish was applied with spray equipment.
  2. Forty Dollar Bunk and Desk

    Hi Everyone - sharing the results on my latest project. My son, daughter and I built this bunk bed and desk with a forty dollar budget. Materials were 100% reused 2×4s and 2×6s that we milled & cut to shape. Old masters walnut gel stain was super to use and apply.
  3. Triple Bunk Bed Build

    Just finished a project for a client who wanted a triple bunk bed for his three young ladies. The bed is built out of dimensional framing lumber and painted white. Not only did my wife help me paint the bed she allowed me to take over the living room to use as my assembly area. This was one...
  4. Intarsia Rose

    This is my second attempt at Intarsia. Credit for the rose design goes to Judy Gale Roberts The rose petals are made from cedar and highlighted with cottonwood. The leaves are made from poplar, the stem and thorns from walnut. The finish is a couple of coats of high gloss lacquer. The...
  5. Aspen Log Triple Bunk Beds

    We built a triple bunk bed from aspen logs. The grandkids absolutely love it. The finished project is in the video. The last pictures are of a coat rack I made with the left over log. You can go here for the video: Hope you enjoy. PS - I'm changing my uTube channel. I had a lot of...
  6. American Girl Doll Bed

    Stackable, all mortise and tenon (except for the dado to hold the bed platform) American Girl Doll Bed. Special thanks to Leigh FMT Pro and Google Sketchup! PM me if you want the drawings or show me how to post online and I'll be glad to share. It was my first attempt at a CAD drawing so I...
  7. The Bunker

    The Bunker: Bunk Beds built from Antique Heart Pine reclaimed from the cotton warehouses at the Mt. Vernon Mill in Tallasee, AL (circa 1896) | Bottom Bunk Bed consists of two headboards & Top Bunk Bed consists of two footboards allowing the Bunk to be converted into two regular queen size beds |...
  8. VW bus bunk bed

    construction lumber and MDF working vw horn thanks for looking
  9. mahogany coffee table

    this table is made of mahogany and walnut. it was my first to make. not fancy but it is exactly what i needed. didnt have any plans for this project just had the basic size i wanted and went from there.
  10. Chi Omega Bunk Bed | Custom

    This is one of the bunk beds that was built for the Chi Omega House in Fayetteville, AR. There are 3 others in this style and 4 in a bookcase style. They were completed in July 2009. They are designed to match the 10 singles that I finished up a couple weeks ago. It has a panels headboard...
  11. Baseball Loft Bed (with dugout) | Custom

    This is a loft bed that I built in a baseball theme I've built a few variations of it. On this one I put a dugout bench/toy box under the lower section to make it resemble a dugout. The guardrail for the upper section features authentic Louisville slugger bats. The finish was a...
  12. Downsized Bunk

    This was a request from my mother-in-law She has her niece and 4 kids living with her and needed a better sleeping arrangement. So, she requested and bunk that was not full sized. This is what I came up with. This actually is only the size of crib mattresses, and I decided to add in a few...
  13. Bunk Bed | Boat Theme | Custom

    This is a bunk bed that I built in a Nautical theme. I took the design of a boat bed that I built before, duplicated the headboard and added an upper "Dock". I built this one using oak wood, so I had to use some bending plywood and veneer in areas. Overall it worked out good. I finished this...
  14. 2x4 and 2x6 Bunk Bed

    We have the possibility of family staying for the holidays so furnishing the spare bedroom became priority number one. First up was a bed. To gain another sleeping space we went with a bunk bed. It's a clean 2×4 and 2×6 design with no screw heads showing on the outside. Total materials cost was...
  15. Fort Bunk Bed | Full Size | Custom

    I built this bunk bed with a fort in mind. One the unique things about this Fort Bunk Bed is that both the top and bottom is full size. One of the challenges is that 56" wide panels are not easily available to make this neither is the 76" front panel. To make that happen without a distinctive...
  16. Built-in Bunk Beds

    We live in Florida near Disney World so we are always having a lot of people stop by. To provide enough sleeping room for everyone we turned one of our bedrooms into a bunk house. The room has four built-in bunk beds with a stair case up the middle. Each bed is the same length as a standard...
  17. Bunk Beds for the boys

    I have been working on bunk beds for my two boys for almost a year now. I have had a lot of interruptions in the mean time, but am finally done. This is my first time working from a formal plan, and given my penchant to deviate from any plan, this was difficult for me. My one big mistake was...
  18. Pine Bunk Beds

    Here are the bunk beds I just finished yesterday. They are made of pine 2×6's from HD. Why, because everything the wife showed me she liked was pine with a splotchy dark finish. I said, "shheeett, I can make that!". So I did. :-) Finished with Trantint dye(Dark Walnut) and poly. So far the...
  19. bunk bed

    Commissioned project. My Son built this for a teacher at his school. They wanted to do the finish/paint…yeah!. based on the Anna White - side street bunk bed plans (free online) about $150-$170 in materials. This can be taken apart which is great as it is too heavy to move otherwise. ladder...
  20. Bunk Beds with Stairs and Storage

    Making these bunkbeds for the grandkids. As they are a bit rambunctious, I went with stairs to reduce the risk of them doing a superhero swan dive off a ladder. Also, used the stairs to create built-in storage shelves. Designed the bed so it easy to use stairs on either end, facing either...
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