Queen loft bed plans – You can build queen loft bed in an afternoon for less than you would spend on a smaller bed purchased at the store. This project requires several steps. But there is only one skill that is beyond the capabilities of a novice or do it yourself practitioner. Buy and cut your wood with the necessary dimensions. Sand all sides of the wood with coarse grained sandpaper to smooth the rough edges. Apply a coat of paint to all surfaces of your wood. Allow to dry.
Set the four beams in a resting rectangle on their 2-inch wide faces. Set the shortest beams inside the longest beams. Secure with two 3-inch wood screws per corner, punched through the face of the longest beam at the end of the shorter one. Adjust the sheet of plywood over the rectangular frame with the edges flush with those of the joists. Nail it in place with a nail at each corner. Three nails evenly spaced along each side of 54 inches and five nails spaced evenly along each side of 75 inches.
Establish a corner post at the corner formed by two beams at the bottom of the frame. Fix with two screws inserted through the face of each beam and on the side of the pole. Reinforce with two screws driven through the top of the plywood and at the end of the post.