I needed a new toddler bed for my daughter because we have another baby coming soon. Instead of spending $60 on some rinky-dink bed from the store or pay way too much for a quality bed, I decided to try this project. I was able to use quality or standard pine for the entire bed (with a lot of sanding) so we saved a lot of money. Be sure to use dimensions specific to the bed and not what was listed. For the curved top, I recommend cutting and sanding a template out of MDF and then using a template router bit for the actual piece to be used. Great plan and cost savings!! Thank you, Ana!
Estimated Time Investment
Week Long Project (20 Hours or More)
Type of Wood
Paint and clear coat by Rustoleum.
Recommended Skill Level