I made this bed for my daughter, as her room is quite small, and storage space is limited.  Moving the sleeping area up high makes the floorspace of the room much more versatile.

Step 1: Main sections

The bed was built in my shed, in 4 main parts.  This allowed me to actually fit it through the door into the bedroom and also, the bed is far too heavy for one person to move when fully assembled.  I started with the bookshelf, then build the ladder and foot end.  Once they were complete, I made the base frame for the mattress, then the peg board backing.
did you use screws or nails?????????
<p>What is the child using to hold onto to climb the ladder? The ladder is underneath the bed, which is an awkward climb. If you make the bed longer, you can add rails for her to hold and grab and then a space to climb onto. I love the concept and the neat look of it. As someone else stated, it does need side rails for safety.</p>
What's the bed's lenght? Being for your daughter I tought it would be about 1.5m long, but after comparison to the chair on the left I have no idea. Assuming I needed to make a 1.9m long bed frame, would I need a larger, stronger sustentation? Sorry about my bad english, it's not my first language.
nice Instructable <br>going to see if my parents would go for this
i know right? I love it, but my family is always rushing, so maybe, just maybe, I can get my parents to go with this idea.
Roughly, about how much would you say this project cost you?<br> <br>
Great build, good use of space... but..... <br> <br>Don't want to sound like a H&amp;S nut but a bed so high without some side panels makes me nervous. I know the chances of any accidents is remote, but if a little one where to roll out from such a height.... <br> <br>being a Dad of 2 little ones myself, makes me wince to just think about it.
Yep have thought of that myself. Am in the process of making a rail for the open side, as well as a platform for books, etc. Just working out how to fit them so they can be removed easily to make the bed! I will probably use bolts with wing nuts.
Nice job, you could use a few more up close shots but from a glance its very good.
This is such a great idea. I've always wanted a bed like this. :D

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