Loft beds for adults are elevated beds that provide for storage, extra bedding, work space or other amenities under them. For persons staying in a small space, such as students in an unmatched dormitory or a tenant in a small apartment, these beds are ideal. They are also an option for those who have plenty of space, but want a less messy aesthetic. Building a cot can be a challenging project and should be done by experienced hobbyists.
Connect 2-by-6-inch boards to the corners, patch the shorter pieces with the longer pieces, and use 3-inch or screws. The total length of this loft beds for adults frame should be 78 inches, with a width of 40 inches. Cut 4-by-4-inch timber into four pieces that measure the desired height of the bed. For a couch or shelves, this may be shorter, while a loft intended to accommodate a whole desk or other equipment below may be longer. Place 4-of-4-inch discs in the corners of the bed frame and screw them into place using 4-inch wood screws from the ends of the bed.
Cut 1-by-3 1/2-inch boards in two pieces that measure the height of the bed when placed at a 60 degree angle. Cut the boards of boards to this angle so that they lie flat against the floor, and cut the back of the cards where they will meet in the bed at 90 degrees so that they lie flat against the loft beds for adults. Using 2-inch screws placed one inch apart, secure 1-by-3 1/2 inch slices are cut to the width of the steps to the steps face, so the 3 1/2 inch face is against the step frame. Attach the steps to the bed with two 8-hole corner brackets located on each side; screw them into place using 1-inch screws.