My friend lives in this tiny 750 square foot home. The Southern California property is on nearly and acre of land where they raise chickens and horse and other animals, but the house is just tiny. They have two bedrooms and three girls. So, they took the tiny girls' room and built in a triple bunk bed for all the girls to fit into - the entire house was a big mess and they weren't able to expand the house right away. This is the first phase and eventually hope to expand, so they built the bunk bed into the studs so it was strong and sturdy - and obviously, it won't move! It works great and they are well organized without taking up so much space.
More details on the blog post of their home and space.
Triple Bunk Bed built into the wall studs when remodeling their home.
Girls' Room Triple Bunk Bed
The girls, two teenagers and a preteen, fit comfortably and share this bed together.
The middle bed has it's own way up.
The ladder to get up to the second and third beds on top.
Under the bottom bed, which is an Ikea bed, there are drawers to organize all their things.
Each is labeled in color code to know who's is whose. Click the link below to learn more.
Want more details about this and other DIY projects? Check out my blog post!
Published June 18th, 2014 11:00 AM
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