A full size loft bed could save almost 30 feet of floor space in a room. Although a little less widespread than a traditional twin loft. Help can give them a greater sense of ownership and responsibility for furniture, and can be a great introduction to a world of DIY. Full size loft bed frame. Set the four beams in a rectangle, with the 39-inch beams inside the 75-inch beams. The beams should all be on the narrow (2-inch) ends. Connect beams with two screws at each point in connection. Screw through the side of the 75-inch beam and at the end of the 39-inch beam. Place plywood on top of the rectangle so that all four sides align with the sides of the frame.
How to build a full size loft bed. Lay the mattress frame on end, positioned so that you can access the beam side and the flat side. Set one of your 60-inch positions in a corner of the frame, located at the angle formed by beams. Screw it into place with four screws, put in a square and drill through the plywood at the end of the post. Then put a bar in each corner of the frame. Attach a 72-inch plank to connect bearing posts on one long side of the frame. Set the planks so that the top edge is a foot below the bottom edge of the bar. Finish the plank to posts with four screws per post, located in a square and drilled through the plank into the post.
Then to build full size loft bed. Put the other 72-inch plank opposite the first, screw into place with four screws per post. Connect two positions at one short end of the frame with 36-inch planks. Put in place so that the top of the shelf flies with the bottom of the 72-inch planks. Screw it into place with four screws per post. Add another 36-inch plank directly opposite the first plank, screw into place with four screws per post. And the other short end of the frame using the remaining two 36-inch planks.