This bed features solid wood construction, clever use of materials, and easy panel design for moving and storing. Features ladder that can be placed on either side, an open back and wide entryway.
Build your own toddler solid wood bed. This do it yourself free plan is easy to build and can save you hundreds off the retail!
This is a link to a Google 3D SketchUp drawing for a toddlers bed. Uses standard boards (mostly 1x6s). You will need the SketchUp software to download this drawing and its freely available online.
Gail from My Repurposed Life shows us how she made a toddlers bed from an old door. Recycling at its best.
This Toddler Daybed should transition easily into a full sized bed with three of the sides: back, left, and right acting as a winged headboard for a full sized mattress.
A toddler bed with canopy option for little ones. Free woodworking plans at the link.
An easy to build storage bed featuring a footboard and headboard, four cubbies perfect for fabric bins, and four large shelves perfect for hiding bedtime books. Easily customizable to a full size.
This simple changing table features is basically a bookcase with a removeable topper, enabling you to convert back to a changing table. Features two large shelves and a divided topper, perfect for a changing pad and keeping baby necessities at hand.
Wood working plans for a simple toddlers bed. Each piece is a seperate entity so they can be manipulated individually.
The beds were built when they were born, so I had one set of crib rails that attached to the top of each for the first two years or so. Use the plans to build your own kids bed.