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Bunk Beds Manchester NH

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La-Z-Boy Gallery
(603) 624-7600
1949 South Willow St
Manchester, NH
 
Amoskeag Restoration Group
(603) 629-9501
21 W Auburn St
Manchester, NH
 
Jaymil Ergo & Office Solutions
(603) 629-9995
150 Dow Street
Manchester, NH
 
Dunn Furniture Showroom
(603) 624-1751
145 Hollis St
Manchester, NH
 
Rg Upholstery
(603) 432-9839
321 Mammoth Rd
Londonderry, NH
 
Wades Antique Restoration
(603) 625-2099
376 Massabesic St
Manchester, NH
 
Discount Furniture
(603) 668-4433
65 Canal St
Manchester, NH
 
Fibrenew Southern New Hampshire
(603) 669-6962
Nh
Manchester, NH
 
Puffin Interiors
(603) 472-5923
8 Rice Ln
Bedford, NH
 
Furniture Medic
(603) 434-0774
3 Everts St
Londonderry, NH
 

Bunk Beds


For students in a dorm looking for more space, a bunkbed that is strong, inexpensive and easy to build, may be the answer. If you are looking to loft your bed and put your desk or a chair or other furniture under it, these plans will work for that too. And if you are just looking for an inexpensive, yet sturdy bunk as a temporary unit.. take a look.

I built this with my daughter in a couple hours, took it apart and loaded it in her car and she put it back together at school with no trouble at all. EXCEPT her bed was 3 inches wider. So we needed to make the cross pieces (C) 36 inches long and replace the original ones. Oh, well, measure twice, cut once! These plans were ones supplied by her boyfriend's university as the official bunks allowed in the dorms.

Bunkbed Construction Plans

This bunk bed is specifically designed to accommodate any of the various sizes of bed frames found at your college or university. Students should use the bed frame provided by the University.

Before cutting and building it though, measure the length and width of your bed frame or mattress to make sure it fits. This frame as described in our plans will hold the bed frame with the legs removed as long as it is 80" or less long and 34" or less wide. If yours is longer or wider, you will need to make adjustments.

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