L Shaped Loft Bed – An L-shaped bunk arrangement combines the extra floor space of a loft with the flexibility of more traditional beds. The best way to put one together is to actually build two beds: a loft and a normal bed. That way you can rearrange the beds in their relationships with each other depending on the circumstances. These plans are for single beds, but you can modify them to accommodate larger mattresses by cutting the wood to different sizes.
Arrange two each of the 75-inch and 36-inch beams in a rectangle with the short beams inside the long beams. Fit one of the sheets of plywood at the top of the frame and fix it with a screw at each corner: Place a 66-inch post at the end of one corner of the frame, located at the angle formed by the beams. Repeat step 3 to attach the other three 66-inch stations.
Adjust the bed frame in a vertical position, standing on the four legs you have already created. Use one of the 66-inch platforms to connect two planks along the long faction of the bed nearest to the wall. Place them approximately 3 feet off the ground. Screw the beam at each connection point. Place the second table 66 inches directly opposite the first, screw it out in the same way, using a total of six screws. Reinforce each short end with two planks of 33 inches per side.