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So my son wanted a camping themed room. I kicked him out of the room for a weekend and put together what you see in the video. His response was worth dropping a sheet of plywood on my foot (was carrying two and one slid down and crunch)!
I added those rock climbing nubs to the wall so he can climb into the loft, rather than using a ladder :) No more lifting him up. Found a set online that looked like real rocks rather than the obnoxious green you find in playsets.
Uh.....Spur......is it my understanding you are currently accepting applications for adoptions?
Do you consider 32 years old too old to adopt. And where will your current son sleep once I move in?
Maybe you could turn it into bunk beds. I call top bunk!
Stoop and you'll be stepped on; stand tall and you'll be shot at.
The mountain actually serves as a loft sized to fit a twin size bed and a little room to spare on the side for storage. The kid will get to use it once he learns how to tell he needs to go pee more than 30 seconds before a breech of the levy. Theoretically, Bamboo, you would get that upper bunk, however, I do not have a beach nearby, which is probably way cooler than the loft. Of course, depending on how Danielle or Earl develop, that may not be a strong selling point :)
Very cool. My son and I are planning on designing and building a loft bed for him soon. He's 10 and will have his computer/study desk underneath his bed, with a fish tank on one end. Should turn out pretty cool if he can avoid getting into trouble with the ceiling fan in the center of the room...