Reworking the old MYDAL children’s bunk bed into new
The challenge was to recycle some of the contents of the old hack. So I removed the MDF boards and one of the MYDAL bunk beds. I used the remaining bed for the new hack. Of course, the hack can also be built from scratch.
Inspired by a photograph on Pinterest I placed the STUVA frames in the form of an “L” against the corner of the room and increased stability by attaching some wooden beams to their backsides and the room’s wall.
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