Wood Twin Bed With Storage – Making a storage frame for your child’s double bed is a project that can add more than 20 cubic feet of storage out of sight in that room. This can really make the difference between a messy room and a room that is not ashamed that your children show to company. It can provide space for both sliding storage and a large storage box for storing winter clothing and other seasonal gear.
Set a beam of 39 inches and a beam of 71 inches in the form of L. The edge of the longest beam should about the inner side of the shorter one. Adjust the other 39-inch beam on the other side of the 71-inch beam, now forming a C shape. Screw into place as you did before. Slide the remaining 71-inch beam between the two shorter beams. It should work in parallel to the line of other beams.
Adjust the 17-inch beam with its butt end to the outer face of the center of the 71-inch beam. Set parallel to and equidistant from the outer beams. Set a sheet of plywood on the open side of the frame. Adjust the second sheet of plywood so that its inner edge is flush with the inside edge of the first sheet. Use the open end of the bed for storage containers, such as plastic containers or baskets. Use the side of the device for deeper storage.