Contemporary bunk beds are often usually in children’s rooms, and bedrooms. Its main function is to support two single mattresses and two. They are simple in design, and when built with standard lumber, which are durable and reasonably cheap. A litter of wood can be built in less than two hours.
Contemporary bunk beds, place two 80-inch boards on edge, parallel, and 27 inches apart. Place six boards 27 inches apart so they are perpendicular to the plates 80 inches, and spaced 12 inches on center. Screw through plates 80 inch and 27 inch boards. You must have a frame 30 by 80 inches. Repeat this process to build another frame just like the first.
Contemporary bunk beds frame on top of the other so that the corners are flush. Place a 72-inch board in each corner, so it stands upright and perpendicular to the frames position. Lift the top of the frame, so it is 20 inches from the top of the plates 72 inches. Use four screws on each corner to screw through the frame and 72-inch boards to ensure the top bunk. Lift the bottom frame of up to 8 inches and screw the legs to secure the bottom bunk.