How to make a boy’s Alaskan bedroom hideaway (1961)

Boy's Alaskan bedroom hideaway

Boy’s Alaskan bedroom hideaway

Built-in utility… plus a new world of adventure

The young men of your house will appreciate this beautiful and practical “Alaskan Bedroom Hide- Away”. . . designed with a boy’s world in mind.

A colorful totem pole captures the adventure and excitement of the rugged Yukon area . . . the perfect atmosphere for hours of enthusiastic play in a room of durable, resilient wood.

When it’s time to retire, each has his own distinctive bunk bed . . . a favorite of boys everywhere. No more arguing over “whose is whose” as each private sleeping area includes a personal shelf for radio, books or hobby display . . . plus plenty of enclosed storage space for all those “worldly possessions.” All this in a compact 6′ 10″ x 6′ 10″ area.

Weyerhaeuser paneling, available in a wide variety of beautiful tones and textures, creates the warm, rustic setting your boys will love and you’ll appreciate the durability, economy and ease of maintaining these walls of genuine wood.

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How to build this bedroom hideaway area

Construction is simple . . . just follow the working diagrams on the next page.

Suggested material: Weyerhaeuser 4-Square vertical grain (or flat grain) Douglas fir (or west coast hemlock) 1″ x 10″ paneling.

For help in planning, financing or for information on building this “Alaskan Hide-Away,” see your Weyerhaeuser 4-Square lumber and plywood dealer. He’ll help you select your favorite wood from a wide variety of nationally known Weyerhaeuser 4-Square lumber and plywood products.

Alaskan bedroom hideaway building plan & design specifications

Alaskan bedroom hideaway building plan and design specifications