Twin bed with trundle – A trundle bed allows you to add extra sleeping space without devoting an entire room for a guest bed. A trundle bed is also a great addition to a child’s room. The roll frame slides under another bed to convenient storage until it is needed. Make sure the bed you plan to save trundle under can accommodate the height of a twin mattress plus the height of the wheels. Consider adding bed risers to double bed if you need extra height
Build a twin bed with trundle, Cut ¾ inch plywood with a circular saw. Plywood must be 40 inches long by 76 inches wide to accommodate a standard twin mattress. Cut two pieces of trim molding to 40 inches long. Cut the ends at a 45-degree angle to fit around the edge of the roll as a framework. Select molding that is at least 1 cm in width, so that it will keep the mattress in place on the roll. Cut two pieces of trim molding 76 inches long with the right 45-degree angle. Sand ends of all four parts of the trim easy to smooth the rough edges.
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Apply wood glue on the inside of a piece of trim. Place the trim on the edge of the plywood and clamp it to the plywood with wood clamps. Hammer finish nails through the trim and into the plywood base. Turn the roll frame over and set of wheels at the bottom. Measure the tree inch from the edge of each corner. Place wheels on the bottom and slide the screws through the holes in the wheels, and the holes in the plywood. Paint the twin bed with trundle frame with interior latex paint. Apply 2:58 thin layers of paint, so each layer dry before applying the next. Let the final coat of paint to dry completely. Place the mattress in trundle bed frame.