My daughter needed a new bed and I needed a project, so we headed to ana-white.com to find a plan that filled both of our needs. We settled on the Stacy Daybed and got to work.
I followed the plans pretty much on par, but made a few minor changes to make it easier to take apart and put back together. You can also see that I added width to the legs in front, allowing the weight of the sleeper to set on the legs instead of being supported solely by the furniture bolts and metal thread inserts I used to hold it together. I duplicated this in back to keep the design balanced.
This project was fun and challenging and the plans were very easy to follow as well as modify to my needs.