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  1. Cherry Bunkbed

    I made this bed for my 5 year old son from cherry I got at a local mill. The design is from Wood magazine (bought online). The original design recommended using oak for the whole bed except the panels, for which oak plywood was recommended. I decided to use only solid cherry since I could find...
  2. Doll Bunk Bed (4 high)

    For my daughters birthday I decided to do something homemade. Of course I'm new to woodworking and also thought selfishly about the experience it would give me. :) I based my plans off of these: http://ana-white.com/2011/08/doll-bunk-beds-american-girl-doll-and-18-doll, but modified them to be...
  3. Modern Bunkbeds in Walnut and Maple

    Here's a set of twin bunk beds that I made for my kids. It's made primarily from hard maple, with walnut accents. As with most big projects I do, I like to do a 3d model in sketch-up prior to making it. You can see I stayed pretty true to my original model. It's made so the headboard and foot...
  4. Quarter Sawn White Oak Bunk Beds with Drawers

    I recently completed this bunk bed for my girls. It took me over a year from the time I started it to the time I finished (I have almost no free time). I designed this in sketch-up which was a challenge by itself. I wanted to be able to open and clean my tilt in windows so the width of the...
  5. Loft Bed / Bunk Bed

    This is certainly a trainwreck of different woods used for the bed. I used a lot of scrap I had laying around in the shop, most of the scrap was reclaimed wood from an older homestead. I did buy two sheets of birch plywood, paint grade, and before anyone chastises me for using plywood, it was...
  6. Blogs
    Bunk bed Well here goes another project! My oldest daughter asked if I could make the granddaughters a bunk-bed. So as usual dad is up to the challenge!! After three days of looking on the Internet for different bed styles I picked the one pictured below. We all approved this bed as the one...
  7. Blogs
    The Plan I am building a total of 17 beds for the Chi Omega Sorority house. There will be 10 single beds and 7 bunks. These bed are a different design. The regular singles will have a 80" tall headboard with just a couple shelves. They will have 23" tall drawer units on one side and doors...
  8. Power Tools, Hardware and Accessories
    I need to install my self-adhesive band saw measuring tape. Where do I line up the 0 inch at? The Grizzly instruction book is no help (doesn't even mention the tape). I looked at several web pages for ideas. The Kreg page tells you to line it up with the blade; however, their picture has it...
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