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Was returning to Oakland University in Rochester, MI. Got sick and tired of not having a place to sit in my room that wasn't at my desk. So ...
Check with the university, but my twin xl mattress measured 80 by 36. The length of my frame ended up being 83 inches, while the width is about ...
-Circular Saw -Hammer -Drill -Washers, T-Nuts, Bolts -Screws -Wood Glue -Nails -Clamps -1/2 Plywood -2x4's -2x6's (for beams only) -Paint (optional)
Glue rails together to provide a way for plywood to be suspended. You can rip a 2x4 down the center of the board, and glue and nail to ...
Essentially, you will cut wood to fit between the posts you made. Take a piece of scrap wood leftover to use as a template to guarantee even spacing ...
Once you have everything cut and squared up, you take you assembles you have created and begin bolting a loft together. You will need to add some bracing ...
Add railing, paint, hooks, counter top, etc. It is really amazing all of the extra space and flexibility you have when you have a loft.
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