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Last winter, stuck inside for months and months while we waited for the sun to return to Alaska, Grace and I were really missing her original playhouse bed. Now that I blog, our spare bedroom has turned into my office slash room of shame and the only place we have for guests to sleep is Grace's bed.
But then last winter, Grace saw the Eli Fort Bed in Pottery Barn Kid's catalog and asked if we could build it for her. When my dear friend Jaime from That's My Letter wrote me saying it was her Buddy Boy's turn to get a new bed and, I knew Jaime would get the bed done and posted and shared. We worked on refining the plans, and you will thank Jaime when you build this bed for her brilliant suggestion to sister up 2x4 legs for added strength.
Well, if I haven't lost you already - no offense taken - Jaime really built an amazing bed! NOTE: Jaime recommends the following changes to the shopping list because her 1x6 board ran a little wide on the front and she wanted gaps between the wood slats. For the window grid tutorial and lots other tips and construction photos please read Jaime's build post here. It is always recommended to apply a test coat on a hidden area or scrap piece to ensure color evenness and adhesion. If we have a heavy sleeper on a school day, or perhaps even sick kid, a parent might have to fit through that door, and 16" isn't very wide ( at least its narrow for me).
I thought, why not a master closet with the same building style (inspired by tradditional Swedish wood shelving) but use 1x4s for the legs and shelves for more refinement, stain the boards, and use industrial pipes for closet rods?
But I talked myself into it, reasoning that even if it did turn out too plain, too IKEA, there's gotta be at least one person out there that would appreciate an inexpensive and easy to build closet - even if it doesn't look all that great. But one thing to consider is the shelves above and below the pipes shouldn't span more than about 3 feet or they will start to sag, so I opted to make my closet rods using 36" pipes.

To make finishing easier I just stained all my boards first, using Rustoleum Early American, and then touched up after installation. PSS - To make closet building even easier, my friends at Ryobi are giving away THIS SAW to one of you!!!
Note that this closet is most likely too tall to fit inside doorways and will need to be assembled in the closet (after you make the leg supports). I screwed the shelving boards to the outside leg supports, flush to the inside of the legs (will come back and add the middle shelving boards).
Maybe I am that one person!  I've been debating building your other closet organizer but just haven't been certain I could haul around and install it due to the weight of it.  This one will do the trick and I love the industrial look!  Thank you!
Any lumber you get from the home stores are going to have the smaller measurements, it's just easier to say "1x4". I know this is such a simple humble plan, but wanted to get it up before the season is over! The only reason I built this bed was because the room is so tiny (8x8 with small closet) it was very difficult for the kids to play, and then put their things away in a space the size of a short hallway. And I don't know how easy this bed was to build personally, all I can say is I printed off the plans and handed them to the Ram and Grandpa Tim and said, I'll be out after I finish my post. If you are building this loft bed without the stair platform, add 2x4s all the way down to make a "ladder" for the kids to climb up. An alternative method is to attach metal bed brackets directly to the ends if you have those. This bed is designed to work with a bunkie board, but we just used 2x6s cut to length as the bed slats.
Hi Candace, there would be room, but I'd suggest making the legs a tad longer for a little more headroom.

I really like this bed, just one question though, it doesnt seem clear to me, what does the mattress sit on, wood slats, plywood, or is this planned for a box spring mattress on the bottom?
They also sell what is called a bunkie board and also sell bunkie board mattresses - or mattresses with an included bunkie board.
I was going to the lumber yard to get the materials to make my daughter the fort bed TODAY, then I saw this was just posted. Ana this just might top the clubhouse bed, love how Grace can play underneath in her new 'fort' just like my kids do under the clubhouse bed. As far as being strong enough, I built the "industrial rolling shelf" for my garage using the Kreg, and it's loaded to the hilt with no issues. I have been looking for what seems forever to find something like this for her and was beyond excited when I saw this! I was planning to do the one with stair storage, but with parallel rails instead of perpendicular ones. Also, have you thought about adding a shelf or two under the mid platform to add some storage space. See, THESE are the plans I knew could exist, not these complicated, difficult-to-read plans you see all over the rest of the internet.

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