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I received an email from Emanuelle Allenti from Lugano, Switzerland. Emanuelle likes ClassBForum.com and wanted us to know about:
Bunk beds... pedia
from the email:
(I've 3 specific sections for bunk beds / home furniture / other resources).
I love bunk beds and my site is a non-commercial guide full of tips I wrote for those interested in bunk beds.
Also feel free to send me any comment or suggestion to improve my guide!
Lugano - Switzerland
I get a lot of email but took a look at Bunk beds... pedia and found that it is really full of information.
So, if you have any tips, send them to emanuelle @ bunkbedspedia.com
My Wife saw and printed a pic on the internet and said "let's build this" (for the girl-child of a niece). No plans, just a picture. But the internet is loaded with information - like:
start with - what's the max height the top of a bunkbed's mattress should be from an 8' ceiling so the little ones won't bump their heads when sitting up in bed. From that and from the known dimensions of a sheet of plywood I came up with all the measurements (that changed thruout the project)..
and here's the result:
That's really great. A study / homework area like that will help with schoolwork for sure.
I agree with you about the internet. There's a lot of info out there and it's just a click away.
I'd made a credence for my new (2 years ago) 50" Plasma to sit upon - it replaced a 20 year old rear projection set that I relegated to the Bedroom.
Been hoping for the "old one" to die so that I could get a new one - but it wouldn't - so we gave it to a niece.
Have replaced it with a new 60" Plasma which is too big from our Den - so it's the new Bedroom unit (lots of wall space in there). But then needed another "something" for it to sit upon - so I built this:
It's not quite finished - have the 2 door knobs to put on and I haven't quite decided on how many shelves to put behind the left and right doors (I've got the shelves made, just haven't installed them as yet).
Gotta have a "project" in the Winter.....bill
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