L shaped twin beds – An L-shaped bunk arrangement combines the additional floor area of a loft with the flexibility of traditional beds. The best way to put a together is to actually build two beds, a loft and a normal bed. That way you can rearrange the beds in relation to one another as circumstances dictate. These plans are for two twin beds, but you can change them to accommodate larger mattresses by cutting the wood for different sizes.
Building the Loft L shaped twin beds, Arrange two of each of the 75-inch and 36-inch beams in a rectangle with the short beams in the long beams. Screw the rectangle with two wood screws at each corner. Insert a 66-inch post at the end in a corner of the frame, nestled in the corner formed by the beams. Set the bed frame upright, standing on four legs that you have built. Be careful when turning the legs when not to use sufficient lateral force lateral pressure.
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Use the 66-inch boards to connect two boards along the long side of your l shaped twin beds nearest the wall. Attach the second 66-inch shelf directly opposite the first screw in the same way, with six screws. Reinforce each short end with two 33-inch boards on each side. Arrange the shelves so that the upper edge of the shelf butts against the underside of the longest boards that you have been in the position. Use three screws per point of connection, just as you did with the longest boards.