Bunk beds with stairs and desk – The top of a bunk bed is useless if your child has a stair to access it. Whether you’ve picked up a bed stair less bunk bed at a flea market or the existing stair is broken, it is not difficult to make a new stair of 2-by-4s and some screws. There are some ways that you can make the stair hooks to complete the bunk bed stair, with some methods more difficult than others. A complete bunk bed stair allows your child to have a fun, new sleeping experience.
Build bunk beds with stairs and desk, purchase 2-inch plate hooks to attach to the top rails steps. Plate hooks come with a wide slot at one end and a hook on the other. Keep the stair up to the bed and mark where the hooks need to go. Drill holes in the wood, then screw the plate hooks into the stairs. Make sure the hooks are upside down so that the stair will latch on to the lip of the upper bunk. Tighten down so low heads flush with the flat hooks.
Cut steel bar stock into two 8-inch pieces. Use a circular saw with carbide tip blade or pieces cut at the home improvement store. You can also get metal cut on a local metal shop. Linda flat iron the fabric and keep it around a sturdy metallic object such as a pole or table saw leg. Drill screw holes in metal with a carbide tip bit and screw the metal strips on the steps. Secure bolts with nuts. Replacement hooks for bunk beds with stairs and desk are available in a variety of sizes and styles.