Sneed 2 is perfect for those angled, low-overhead attic ceilings

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If you’re looking for a fun and creative way to make use of an otherwise unused space in your home, consider installing bunk beds! Recently, our team was faced with a unique challenge: creating a set of custom bunk beds in an attic space with low overhead ceilings and sharp angles. We rose to the challenge and built a matched set of Bliss Sneed 2 model low-profile bunk beds with trundles.

First, let’s talk about the design of these bunk beds. The Bliss Sneed 2 model is a low-profile bunk bed that is perfect for rooms with low ceilings or tight spaces. The design is sleek and modern, with a sturdy poplar hardwood frame that provides excellent support. The trundle feature is also a great addition, allowing for extra sleeping space when needed.

Now, let’s talk about the challenges we faced during the build. The attic space we were working with had sharp angled ceilings, which made it difficult to fit the bunk beds in without sacrificing too much headroom. We had to get creative with our measurements and design to make sure the beds would fit comfortably and safely.

We started by taking precise measurements of the space, paying special attention to the angles and height of the ceiling. We used these measurements to create a 3D model of the space and the bunk beds, which allowed us to see exactly how the beds would fit and where we needed to make adjustments.

We also had to be careful with the placement of the bunk beds to ensure that there was enough space for the trundles to slide in and out easily. This required some strategic planning, but we were able to make it work.

The result was a stunning set of custom bunk beds that fit perfectly in the attic space. The low-profile design and trundle feature make these beds a great choice for a vacation home or any room where space is limited. And best of all, the beds are extremely sturdy and comfortable, providing a safe and cozy place to sleep for years to come.

Overall, building these custom bunk beds was a challenging but rewarding experience. It required careful planning and precise measurements, but the end result was well worth the effort. If you’re considering building bunk beds in a tight space, don’t be afraid to get creative and think outside the box. With the right design and a skilled team, anything is possible!

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