Futon bunk bed IKEA is some of the most space efficient beds on the market today. A futon bunk bed is essentially a convertible sofa on the bottom and a full-size bed on the top bunk pulls it off. The cover usually stays in bed form all the time, but you can still manipulate it to take shape on the sofa if the user wants. This sofa works well for small children’s rooms, guest rooms, and small lofts or apartments.
Select two futon sets of equal size. Measure the length, width, and thickness of each piece of wood that makes up the head and foot. Build a headboard and foot of the futon bunk bed using wood. These are placed next to the existing headboards and footboards to provide additional support. The posts should be no more than 7 feet tall, but wider and thicker than the originals – up to twice as thick.
Make holes in the headboards and footboards to connect the pieces together, but do not overdo it. Carefully place the head and bed frame frames using nuts and bolts. The headboards and original stirrups fit just inside of which it has been built. Make sure that the futon frames are securely fastened to the headboards and footboards. Connect an access ladder to the upper bunk. Attach to the headboard or footboard with glue and carpenter’s nails.