Train Trundle - PureBond Plywood
No space for a train table in your home? Make a train trundle quickly and easily that children can pull out to play, and push back under the bed for storage. This trundle can be made to any size and used for storage or a trundle bed. How to build a trundle train table. Keep the train set close at hand, but easy to stow away by building a train trundle table with free plans from Ana-White.com
DIY Kids Loft Bunk Bed with Stairs
Since moving into our house I haven’t been happy with the boys bunk beds. I didn’t like how awkward it was to crawl up and snuggle with Jack and I was always scared of someone falling off the ladder. So we split the beds into two twins which left them no room to play. This post contains affiliate links, which means that if you click on one of the product links, I may receive compensation. Basically, by clicking and or shopping you're helping keep the BrightGreenDoor lights on, Thanks! When…
Library Console Table
This library console table features two large shelves that are angled to keep books easily in place. Features a top shelf and curved sides perfect for cookbooks, magazines or children's books! Step by step plans with full diagrams from Ana-White.com
My version of Dress Up Tower
Here's my version of the Dress Up Tower....a couple of modifications I made: I rounded the corners on bottom of the sides and front/back pieces where the feet meet the flat area (up 4" from bottom of feet).
Simple Bunk Beds (Twin over Twin)
This Simple Bunk Bed is basically two Simple Beds stacked to make bunks! The beds can be used as twins as well. Super sturdy design, classic slatted styling. Our free step by step plans include diagrams, shopping lists and cut list. Lots of reader submitted photos! We also have plans for a twin over full version of this bunk bed.