Queen loft bed with stairs are great space savers for a child’s room. The concept requires a robust set of steps for the child to reach the bed. You can build steps for a high bed using a mix of stairs and ladders as the concept. The addition of reinforcement separators between the stages provides greater stability. The most important part is to get the right angles so the steps rest properly against both the frame of the bed and the floor. With right angles you can reduce the footprint of the steps that take at the same time to make a shape resistant to the bed.
Aligning two 1-inch by 3-inch boards by 65 3/4 inches on the ground with the widest face in an upright position. Mark a 75 degree angle on the top of the plates using a carpenter’s square. Draw the line of the angle across the face of the panel. This is the first cut line. Hook the end of the tape measure to the short side of the plate. Place the tape measure to start at the top of the line of angle you drew.
Mark a 15 degree angle on the bottom of the plates using a carpenter’s square. Make sure that the top and bottom of this angle are on the same side of the plate as the angle of 75 degrees above. Draw the line of the angle across the face of the panel. This is the third cut line. Cut all the lines using a jigsaw. The end of the joints with the depth angle is the top of the ladder. The smaller angle at the other end allows the stairs to sit firmly on the floor.