Day beds with trundle provide extra sleeping space for the company. The beauty of the truss beds is that they slide right under an existing bed and do not pick up any valuable floor space on a regular basis. You can pull the extra bed out when you need it, and put it back under the bed when you do not need it
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Measure under the bed where you want to store the day beds with trundle. If it is not high enough, you may need to buy elevators to raise the usual bed slightly higher. You also want to make sure the existing bed is long enough to accommodate a double bed as well. Use 4 of 8: or for the sides of the box for the trending bed. You also need a piece of plywood and a pair of 2 of 4: or. You do not need a box in the spring to roll because it makes the bed too high to push the trunk under the current bed.
Buy a twin-size mattress for the tress. Measure the mattress before cutting your wood so that you cut it to the right size. Add a couple of inches to the mattress measurements to use as a guide to cutting your timber. Buy handles to add on one side of the truss to make it easier to pull out the day beds with trundle when needed. You also need screws and a drill equipped with a screwdriver a bit. The drill makes the job easier to attach the boards. Borrow a table saw from a friend or neighbor if you do not have one to do quick work cut the wood to the right size.