Princess bed

I spent about 40 hours. I made slight changes to the trim & rails for a bit more support. The back rail was very sturdy as it was attached to itself. I used an extra 2x2 to support the bed & cut 2 of them longer than fsmumfords, so they could rest on the edge of the units. I did not attach it to the wall or add any bracketing underneath. The back rail was an exact 10' for my build. You need to think about how that & the bulky stairs unit can get in the room! Also, a new saw blade for your circular saw at the begining of your project should probably be considered essential!

Estimated Cost
Estimated Time Investment
Week Long Project (20 Hours or More)
Type of Wood
Cheaper 3/4" plywood.
Finish Used
kills2 primer then undercoat 2x gildden peach ribbon white. Might have been better to use a non water based, but I largely got away with it.
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