Details for Collection Toddler Canopy Bed Plans


Collection Toddler Canopy Bed Plans

Category:Beds and Bedroom Furniture
Date added:2011-09-08
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Collection Toddler Canopy Bed plansFree Collection Toddler Canopy Bed plans - This collection is inspired by the 2x2 Collection at West Elm as well as their Parsons collection, but this design is not in any way affiliated with them, this is my own design and I hope you like it as much as I do! This is very easy to build and should cost less than $50 for materials.My vision for this includes a canvas tent fort in khaki, for a boy, or a canopy draped with something flowy, for a girl. This design will fit most typical crib and toddler mattress sizes, and should be easily transitioned into from crib stage, by providing your child protection with the guard rail. Once your toddler grows out of a toddler sized bed, or even while they are still in it, the guard rail can be removed as long as you do not use wood glue on that portion. This piece can double as a sitting area for your child as well. Cut your boards to size, then begin by fastening your Side Aprons to the Legs, they should be flush with the outside of the legs and 4 1/2 inch from the bottom. If you own a Kreg Jig, these are easily attached with pocket holes, otherwise you will use 3 inch Screws and fasten through the legs into the aprons. You will then attach the Front and Back Bed Rails to the inside of the legs. They will fit perfectly right inside the area created by the Aprons and Legs. Use 2 inch Screws and fasten from the inside. Fasten the Cleats to the Front and Back Bed Rails, they should be flush with the bottom of the Rails, use 1 1/4 inch Screws. Attach the Back Apron to the Bed Rails, use 2 inch Screws...

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