DIY Beds Made From Pipe
Making a bed for our kids or even ourselves can often be a less expensive option, and although wood is the natural standard, it’s not always the easiest to deal with. Beds made from pipe allow for easy dismantling and can change from room to room or even move to college someday! Click through the jump to check out some of our favorites!
Several of our favorite beds are those which are made from pipe. We’re big advocates of using pipe in our own spaces, it’s wicked sturdy and isn’t horribly expensive. When you chose to use pipe you are allowing yourself some freedom down the road.
First, you have the ability to dismantle the bed when your child either grows out of it or decides not to use it, and store it with ease. Plus the extra pipe can always be re-cut to different lengths you might be able to utilize other places in your space.
Second, pipe is sturdy enough to hold grown adults hoisted in the air as well as children and it doesn’t require being bolted to the wall. Perfect for renters or those who aren’t 100% sold on a floor plan for their space. A traditional wooden loft will need to be anchored to the wall in some way, which in the long run will require some attention. A structure from pipe if secured correctly won’t need to be wall anchored and gives you the ability to move the loft around the room or even to a different one.
Here’s a few of our favorites from Instructables:
Thanks so very much to the individuals who took time to record their endeavors at Instructables, where you can find one diy idea after another!
(Images via Instructables)