This is the triple bunk beds tiny house on wheels by Ana White. In this post, you will get a video tutorial, tour, and free plans on how to build your own triple bunk bed THOW!
When you take your first look at it, you’ll notice it’s a custom built piece of furniture. On one end, you’ll notice a pull-out mattress that can also double as a couch when it’s not in sleeping mode. On the other side of the wall, there’s a “bedroom” with a queen-sized bed. And finally, above, you’ll see there’s a sleeping loft. So that’s a total of three levels of sleeping in one corner of the tiny house. Please enjoy the full tour and learn more below.
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How to Build This Triple Bunk Beds THOW by Ana White – Super Clever Design!
Part of the trick to doing triple bunk beds here is this pull-out bottom bunk. And the best part is that it can also be used as a couch during the day.
Here is the second bunk. Very spacious for bunk beds! So wait, where is the THIRD bunk?
The third bunk is actually the sleeping loft. 🙂
Video: How to Build a Loft Bed Triple Bunk Bedroom
Please learn more using the resources below. Ana, shown above, is giving away the plans for free on her website so you can build this too!
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This is ingenious…and beautiful!
Very nice layout! Thanks for sharing.
Did anybody understand this?
Did you watch the video? She does a great job explaining the layout & build.
This is honestly the most incredible build yet (IMHO)!!! This is so well thought out. This is the one that I want to use. Thanks for posting.
Very, very clever! (And beautiful)
Very nice! Great use of space. Thanks for posting.
Very smartly done!
Great use if making more sleep space HOWEVER I’d not want to get in and out of that loft area with that straight vertical ladder situation!!! Even for my kids!!! Yikes. Semi vertical steps/ladder up the back right corner of the bottom queen size area to a hole in the last ft seems much safer.
Especially if you step on the person sleeping in that pull out…
What is the size of this home? Is it an 8×24?
BTW, trying to sign up for the Small House Newsletter but when I press Submit, nothing happens. Can you please assist? Thanks
Yes, I’ll check on that for you, thanks, Gerry!
What did I cost to build this tiny house???
What a great use of space, so multi functional. Cozy bedroom, really nice loft space, and a couch/guest bed. How ingenious! Thank you for generously sharing your great ideas.
no bathroom! I would make house bigger to add a bathroom from bedroom.
There’s also no kitchen faucet… Reason for no bathroom isn’t the size, it’s because of the harsh environment it’s in and that they won’t always be using it. So they specifically made it a dry house. You’ll run into dry cabins, etc. in areas where it can get extremely cold, like Alaska in this case, because if the structure isn’t regularly heated then the pipes can freeze and cause a lot of damage…
So they just have a separate structure for handling those needs and they only use water while they’re around and can keep it warm enough…
If they used it full time and can ensure the temperature is regulated all year then that would be a different story…