I have had a few ask me about the progress of the Playroom Loft that I am building.
For the most part, it is built.
I need to:
- build a ladder
- make a cushion for the top part
I haven’t decided if I am going to add doors like a house on the front or just leave it open. The kids play inside this all the time, so I may leave it open.
Tucker lays on top every night for quiet time and love it! I may add a small rail on the edge, but since the width is 5 feet and the depth is 4 feet, I may not need it, unless we decide to let the kids climb up during the day and play like it was a playhouse. That is still an option! If so, then I may enclose the top part and make that a house. Who knows but the possibilities are endless!
I budgeted for this to be $50. I spent $52 in wood and only used about $30 of that wood so far. I will use the remaining 2×4’s to build a ladder and go from there.
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- Plywood: (cut in to 63 inches wide) $21.49 (Have some leftover, will use for something else)
- FOUR (4) 4×4 Boards (55 inches tall): $9.69
- TWO (2) 2×4 Boards: (cut to make a frame to drop plywood inside) $2.09/each
- Misc wood screws: $3.00
Total used so far: $38.36
I have leftover paint to use to paint all around and under where the kitchen is at, so no splinters. Also will paint under where padding will go so no snags.
I will keep you updated with even more progress!