These free bunk bed plans will help you build your children not only a place to sleep but a place to play and claim as their own personal castle for years to come. Kids love the fun of bunk beds and they're a great piece of space saving furniture that will give them more room to spread out and have fun.
There are a few advantages to building a bunk bed instead of buying one. These free bunk bed plans will save you money and create a much higher quality bed than you could buy at the store. They'll also be a keepsake for your children and even grandchildren.
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Ana White has designed a free bunk bed plan that's a knock off of the Addison bunk beds from Land of Nod. There are two twin bunk beds with a ladder going up the top bunk.
You'll find everything you need in this bunk bed plan to get you started. There's a materials and tools list, cut list, step-by-step instructions, diagrams, and color photos. You'll also find user photos and comments of their experience using the plan.
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Here's another free bunk bed plan from Ana White that builds a classic set of bunk beds that can quickly be assembled and even disassembled if you need to take them apart.
You'll find lots of diagrams, a materials and tools list, and written instructions as part of this free bunk bed plan.Continue to 5 of 11 below.
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Combine wood and metal to create this industrial style DIY bunk bed from Cherished Bliss.
Metal pipes are used for the ladder and railing meaning that it's a quick project and also one that looks very cool when it's finished.
This project includes a tool list, supply list, cut list, written directions, diagrams, and color photos to help you build it.
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For less than $150 you can build this DIY bunk bed from Jay's Creations.
This is a sturdy bunk bed that's just one piece of this that also includes a bookcase, chest of drawers, and blanket chest.
The detailed plan costs money but with the video and written directions you should be able to do this yourself just with those.
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Build Something has a classic wooden bunk bed plan that includes a ladder in the design. This is a solid bunk bed that will last for many generations to come.
This DIY bunk bed plan includes a tools list, materials list, parts/cuts list, written building instructions, color photos, and a video to help you build it.Continue to 9 of 11 below.
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DIY has a free bunk bed plan that builds a great looking freestanding bunk bed with two twin bunks and a ladder. This bunk bed will take you one day to build, cost less than $500, and is easy to moderate.
A materials and tools list, color photos, diagrams, videos, and user comments are all included in this free bunk bed plan.
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Do you have just one child who's dreaming of a bunk bed high in the sky? This plan is just what you need because it will build a twin loft bed with plenty of room for storage and play underneath.
The free bunk bed plan includes a tools, lumber, and materials list, as well as detailed instructions and lots of diagrams.