|Project by Bureaucrat||posted 08-16-2008 01:03 AM||6120 views||5 times favorited||23 comments|
This is a trundle bed I built for my 2 grand daughters to use when they come to visit. It is made of red oak dimensional lumber and oak plywood. I modified the plans by Ron Hazelton on Lowe’s website linked here:
As you can see it looks quite different. The corner posts were spec’d as newel posts but were too expensive in oak. I used plywood to make the posts which you can see in the 3rd picture. The inside of the plywood “posts” are filled with scrap wood to provide grip for the screws holding up he bed frame.
I thought the girls would just love this bed but the 5 year old had a serious pout on her face when she saw it. She told me “Grandpa, I don’t want to sleep in a drawer.” Once I showed her how it works, she was ok with it.
BTW: the quilt is my wife’s handiwork
-- Gary D. Stoughton, WI