While I couldn’t resist sharing the clubhouse bed yesterday today I’m back with the building details. All the things you’ll want to know before you build this kids clubhouse loft bed. Let’s go!
A DIY tutorial to build a kids clubhouse loft bed. Make an amazing loft space for kids that fits a twin size mattress.
It goes without saying but I’m pretty sure almost every kid wants a loft bed. Because what’s cooler than sleeping up off the group in a semi-enclosed cabin style loft? Nothing. First we owe a huge thank you to Ana White for drawing up the plans for this awesome loft bed. Thanks to her we can build the bed for our kids.
Clubhouse Loft Bed Specs:
- fits a twin size mattress
- ceilings in this room are 8′
And once you pull the curtains closed it’s a secret hiding place for clubhouse gatherings.
Ana had the brilliant idea to add the red window grids and I just love the pop of color.
- Opening for window: 11 1/2″w x 11 3/4″h
- Finished window grid: 11 1/4″w x 11 1/2″h
- ** Double check your window opening and deduct 1/8″ from each side for a hinged grid.
- 4 – 3/4″ square dowels at 36″l
- 2 @ 11 1/4″ (top and bottom)
- 2 @ 10″ (sides)
- 1 @ 9 3/4″ (middle cross piece)
- 2 @ 4 5/8″ (short cross pieces)