Toddler Wood Bed – Children want their room to be a sanctuary of comfort and play; a place where they can go and just be a child. Section of the creation of this excellent room includes children furniture. The beds that you would put in your bedroom or your room are ideal for an adult, but they probably do not fit the idea of a perfect room for your child. You could buy a specialty bed in a furniture store, but they are expensive. Making your own requires little building skills at a fraction of the cost of buying a youth bed in the store.
Place a 41-by-30-by-3 plywood / 4 inch over the work surface. Use as much of the plywood as possible to draw a shape that reflects the theme of your child’s room with a pencil. Cut the drawn shape using a jigsaw and a rotary tool to create a header. Paint the cutout using acrylic or flat paints, latex paints. Allow the paint to dry overnight.
Lift the headboard up to the wall where you want to mount it, with the bottom edge 25 inches above the floor. Fill the nail holes with nail hole putty according to package instructions. Paint over the surface of the nail holes with more paint. Place a metal double bed frame in front of the guillotine. Place the mattress and mattress on top of the bed frame.