Bunk Bed with Trundle and Stairs Design
Bunk bed with trundle and stairs – The upstairs bunk is an elusive piece of furniture to do acceptably, but somehow the military men and women do it every morning. The sides are hard to access and the wood has a clumsy scope no matter where you stand or sit. It is a great idea to involve children in bed doing the process, but may not have the height or strength to do the most important parts of bed making. On the contrary, have them put sleeves on or help to squeeze the sides once you’ve got everything in order.
Bunk bed with trundle and stairs gather all materials. Get the sheet cover and mattress if needed. Put everything on the end of the bed. Place a ladder at the head of the bed. The scissor ladder is a safe, sturdy and most effective alternative to making the bed while sitting on top of it. Alternatively, if your bed is strong enough, you can stand on the bunk below.
Add mattress and sheet. I already have a cushion in place. If not, from the top corners, secure the cushion. Move the scissor ladder to the foot of the bunk bed with trundle and stairs and attach the cushion to the two corners at the bottom. Take the sheet, from the bottom corners and secure. Move the ladder again and secure the upper corners.