Ikea hack bunk bed – your room has been shared and we have had to manage to find the space! We had thought of putting some bunk beds but they are all adult size and almost all are very high, which makes it difficult to make the bed and, what was more important to me, Being able to have contact with the child that sleeps above. There are pseudoliteras where the top one is at a more accessible height (Ikea Kura bed) but the one below sleeps with the mattress on the floor. And they are also measures of 2 meters, which is what we did not want since we prefer to give as much floor space as possible to the game area and not to a large bed whose bottom part is not used in years.
So thinking and thinking we got down to work. They slept in two gray Kritter from Ikea, 70×160. The headboard is relatively high and we opted to try to put on one of the Ikea hack bunk bed the two headboards and in the other the two pieceros. Once this was done, we just had to try and put one on top of the other to see if the space between the two beds was enough. Said and done: we pierced the bed below, that of the two headboards and also the legs of the one above, that of the two pieceros. We fix with glued tubillions and we add two metallic plates in two of the legs to give it stability.
In addition, we have fixed the top bed to the wall with small squares that prevent the bed from oscillating when raising or lowering the top one. They are delighted, although it must be said that at first child was a little angry about having to sleep downstairs. Since we have placed the bunk, it has become a playground. Under bed we still have 4 plastic boxes full of Lego and Duplo. We did not want to lose this storage space, so we discarded the option of making a trundle Ikea hack bunk bed as we have seen in some web pages.