Hey guys I知 working out the final details of my convertible crib design in my head before I start mocking it up in sketch up and had a quick question on "structural stability" for the project.
A lot of bed headboards and foot boards I have seen have had 菟osts" at the corner that are significantly thicker then the rest of the material most likely for load bearing, but the bed/crib I知 building will have move of a boxed in bottom then an open one so I知 wanting to get your opinions on if I would need to skill have thicker "posts".
The attached image is a quick M.S. Paint sketch showing what I mean by the bed/crib having contact with the floor all the way around. The material currently will be about an inch thick where the bed meets the floor but thinner in areas where there are some slats, which are not represented in the sketch. I'll be adding some cross braces but I left them out of the attached image.
Let me know if you think this will be sturdy enough