Thank you Ana for the clubhouse bed plans! I added 15" to the width of the rails to accommodate a full size mattress. On the other side I made a slide platform! I chose a standard plastic slide because I couldn't find a way to make a wooden slide at home with the swoop at the bottom to keep the kids from hitting the carpet hard :). We couldn't have a green outdoor-looking slide, am I right? I used Rustoleum spray paint made for plastic in French Lilac color. After the paint I used a top a coat of Minwax 3x polyurethane. I also used the Rustoleum spray paint for the window grids.
To accommodate the slide specs I needed to raise this bed 5". I just made each leg 5" longer. Also, the ceiling in my daughter's room slopes down so I cut the point off the back of the bed. Totally not noticeable. I needed to do this even if I hadn't raised the bed :)
I also added full window frames around the window to make the bed a little more girly! One unexpected result is that the bedroom looks BIGGER with this bed in it. She had a twin size step 2 plastic castle bed before but now there is so much more room to play. Win! Changing the sheets isn't too bad but you need to get in the bed to do it.
I built this bed by myself. Don't be afraid, you can do this! Once the panels are assembled they get a bit heavy so you have to be sort of creative to drag them across the garage floor :)
Next up: mailbox for the bed, shelves under the slide and window boxes!