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So your son or daughter is now old enough to have a bed. Sure, you could settle for a race car or princess bed, but given that you’re reading this website, maybe you would instead like to build your child an indoor tree house style bed line “d4ddycool.” His kids had always wanted a treehouse, but they didn’t have a tree in the backyard conducive to “structural use.”

The pictures below show some of the build process, which, naturally, went through a few iterations before becomming the awesome house that you see below. Some challenges included that the walls of the “exo-house” were not built perfectly straight, so some adjustments had to be made after initial cutting.  Also, the drawers that open under the bed were a clever afterthought, and required the bed to be disassembled.

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Besides the elevated play area, and the hole leading to it, one of the coolest features will probably be used more by the parents than the kids.  The house contains a bed, which seems like a great idea until it comes time to change the sheets or flip the mattress. For this purpose, and general cleaning, the front shell of the “bed-house” folds down in one piece supported by ropes. A very clever build; maybe it will inspire other excellent projects. You know, for the kids!

Via Reddit

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    Jeremy Cook

    Jeremy Cook

    Jeremy is an engineer with 10 years experience at his full-time profession, and has a BSME from Clemson University. Outside of work he’s an avid maker and experimenter, building anything that comes into his mind!


    • http://roofus.me/ RoofusKit

      Somebody is scraping 3 month old reddit posts.

    • Heath

      the only problem i have with these fancy treehouse beds is that no one considers how they’re going to change the sheets. I do like that this one has the front that pops down…but that means you then have to somehow drag the entire mattress out from the corner and then slide it back in teh same way.