Introduction: Indestructible Kids Couch!

About: 3D printing and designing RaspberryPI projects for a few years now

Create a totally Indestructible playroom couch. I've had futon metal bars bend, couches crack from kids playing and wrestling. This couch will finally do the job.

Step 1: Supplies Needed

2x4" boards - regular studs are fine

4x8' plywood sheets

FoamTouch Upholstery Foam Cushions, 6″ H x 30″ W x 72″ L, High Density (x2)

Stretch Cushion Cover Sofa Cushion w/ Elastic Bottom (x2)
(Length 60-70 in,width 20-27.5in, thickness 2-9in)

Step 2: Build Couch Frames

I've built 6'x2' wooden frames in an L shape to hold the bottom and back couch cushions.

The cushions will also rest as an L shape on the frame, the bottom of the L shape needs to be 6 inches longer to hold the bottom cushion plus the back cushion sitting behind it.

Step 3: Add Paneling and Feet

- cutting at an angle on the bottom edge attach 4 feet to the front of the couch, the back edge will rest directly on the floor.

Cut the 4x8' panels to apply them to the frame as a support for the 2 cushions.

Step 4: Test Foam Cushions, Wrap Them in the Sofa Covers

- make sure the cushions line up.

Note: the bottom panel will be 6 inches longer because the back cushion will reset behind the bottom cushion.

Wrap the cushions in the sofa covers.

Step 5: Paint Black to Finish the Design

Paint the visible parts of the design black to have it look much better.

[Optional] for added safety for kids, I've added a foam strip to the top of the couch back and wrapped it in black cloth, the cloth is stapled down to the wood to hold it in place.

Step 6: Finished!

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