5 Steal-Worthy Custom Plywood Bed Ideas

Custom beds aren’t for everyone. But if you’re a hands-on DIY enthusiast or happen to know a good carpenter, they could be a great choice for a children’s room. Custom-made beds allow you to make the most of the space you have, they allow you to build up storage space, they are ideal for shared rooms, and can be very space-saving in small or awkwardly shaped rooms. The benefits are endless, and while they require more effort than store-bought beds, they’re totally worth it in the end.

If you’re planning to live at home for a long time, then a custom bed is worth considering. Not only does the use of plywood reduce costs, but this natural wood also looks beautiful. If you like a little color, you can choose to paint the wood, as in the room pictured above, or you can also choose a natural color. Either way, you’ll end up with a piece of furniture that fits your room and space.

Here are some plywood bed ideas to inspire you:

It’s a very neat and easy idea to recreate for a shared room or even a child. The bed takes up as little space as possible and there is plenty of storage space under the bed for each child. We love this minimalist look that is both functional and stylish. The best part is that when your kids get older, don’t have enough rooms or want a separate room, the bed turns back into a nice locker.

Bunk beds are always a fun idea for kids, but we especially liked this bunk bed made by the parents of the kids. It’s a simple design that doesn’t take up too much space, and we love its lightweight look. Bunk beds can sometimes seem big and heavy, but the use of plywood here and placing only one mattress on the floor as a second bed allows this bed to blend perfectly with the room without occupying the room.

Bunk beds are not always suitable for two people. A single high bed is perfect for making the most of floor space, just like the room above. There is a lot to love about this room besides the bed. We love how parents use plywood to create a cosy reading nook and a handy partition – with the brothers’ rooms on the other side. As a result, the room is cleverly divided so that each child has their own space.

Making single beds out of plywood is another idea, and it’s especially attractive because they’re easier to make than bunk beds. The design you want can be anything, but here are two children’s beds with such a simple design yet so amazing. One of them is a plywood box on wheels, which is very practical and can be used as a spare bed that can be easily moved from room to room. The other is a box with a platform on which a mattress can be placed. If you want, you can easily turn the box section into storage space for toys or books.

What’s your favorite idea? Do you want to make your own plywood bed?

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