A bed house out of pallets

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Do you know the plan on how to build the cutest little girls pallet bed ever in this photo?
q pallet girls bed house, bedroom ideas, pallet, repurposing upcycling, woodworking projects
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  • Sharon Seiber Sharon Seiber on Aug 22, 2016
    I doubt it would be too hard to eyeball, and go from a twin mattress, bring up the sides, and decorate it. Just my opinion. It's very, very sweet.
  • William William on Aug 22, 2016
    This is offered for sale by someone in the Netherlands for 895.00 Euros. Its a basic playhouse construction that they can customize. As an experienced woodworker, I would use the photo as a guide. Take measurements of a twin bed, height of a bunk bed. Make a rough drawing of what I want and take it from there. I would build a bunk bed frame out of 2x4's then add the pallet wood all around with door and window openings. Cut the pallet wood for the scalloped roof front. Pallet wood for the bottom and top platforms.
  • Thevelvetpaw Thevelvetpaw on Aug 22, 2016
    It could be made the size of a toddle bed to a twin bed!! :) I personally thought it looked like a pet bed thingy! :)
  • Kathfz Kathfz on Aug 23, 2016
    This is so cool but having a hard time finding pallets that are not treated with harmful chemicals. Do you have any suggestions as to where I should look?
  • Nancy Flemming Nancy Flemming on Aug 23, 2016
    Lovely idea, I would also hinge it on one or both sides, so you can open it to make the top bed.
  • Deanna Nassar Deanna Nassar on Aug 23, 2016
    Be careful where you go to pick up pallets. Behind most any store/warehouse you can often find pallets. Since it's usually rough unfinished wood, you'll need to sand it then paint it to avoid splinters. Maybe on the inside next to bed you could cover with some material..old sheet to protect daughter from skinned knees.
  • Crystal Meyer Griffith Crystal Meyer Griffith on Aug 24, 2016
    I would not use pallet wood for this. You can get the same rustic look with rough cut cypress. However . . . I will tell you from personal experience that it is a P.I.T.A. to keep dust free and heaven forbid you have a cat/dog in the house. I think maybe using regular 1 x lumber and do some staining/painting to get the rustic look. Smooth lumber doesn't collect dust/fur like rough sawn does. Gorgeous idea tho.
  • Cheryl Ann Jobe Cheryl Ann Jobe on Aug 28, 2016
    with the right wood this is a dream bed for any little girl or boy!
  • Margie Hood Margie Hood on Oct 08, 2016
    wow...this is the cutest..i am doing the same thing for my daughter when shes a little older,but different design..you did a GREAT JOB AND ANY LITTLT GIRL WOULD LOVE THIS...as for every person on here that criticized you for using pallet wood well they are just perfect now arent they!!! I myself cant find pallets ...may depend on where you live..but TAMMY CONNALLY this is a great project and im sure you made sure it is safe for your child..as for everyone else...my momma said if you cant say something NICE DONT SAY ANYTHING AT ALL
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