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Queen Bedroom to Twin/Daybed Hybrid with Homeschool Desk! ๐Ÿ›๏ธ ๐Ÿ““ ๐Ÿ“– ๐Ÿ“š

The Second Bedroom in our 2022 Keystone Avalanche 390ds was originally a Queen Bed. We wanted to give our daughter more space, so Chris converted the Queen Bedframe to a Twin/Daybed Hybrid. This took quite a bit of engineering- but if you didn't know it came with a queen bed, you would think this is the original design!

The Second Bedroom came with built-in cabinets and dresser. Chris added closet rods to the top cabinets, and adjustable shelves to the bottom cabinets. He converted the dresser to a desk for our daughter to have a homeschool area. He was able to repurpose two of the dresser drawers in the new bedframe design. Our daughter now has her own space, plenty of storage, homeschool desk/office supplies space, and even a jam session area for her guitar!

This Second Bedroom also has it's own full bathroom with shower, and even an extra exit door for our RV. This door has come in quite handy for travel day stops when there wasn't a bathroom available!

โฌ‡๏ธโฌ‡๏ธโฌ‡๏ธCheck out the photos below to see the progress of this remodel! โฌ‡๏ธโฌ‡๏ธโฌ‡๏ธ


Queen Bedroom to Twin/Daybed Hybrid

Remodel Progress Photos!

Chris took apart the queen bed frame, and built the support back enough to cover the wire hole in the floor for the slide motor control wires. He built the part for the drawers he took out of the dresser (that is now the desk). He trimmed the original siding panes & the plywood for the top. We already had an 8โ€ Serenity Memory Foam Mattress from Walmart in the loft- so we knew it was 38โ€ wide. He took the headboard off the wall and built a support for it at the bottom to be able to screw it back at an angle- to make it like a couch lean- leaving 38โ€ for the mattress. The last thing was the mattress was 8-9โ€ too long, so he trimmed it with a normal kitchen electric knife! Totally worked. The bedding is the same twin bedding we already had- I just tuck the end under more.



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