Let's be honest, if you didn't make forts out of blankets and pillows when you were a kid then you're either lying or had the shittiest childhood ever. And now, since you can use power tools and build things -- you can construct a sweet adult version. Built to store books and other knick-knacks, this "Uroko House" surrounds a bed and I really, really want one. I'm going to be moving soon, and since I'm not really good with tools, I was wondering if someone might come over and make one for me. I'd be more than happy to pay you with, you know, shout-outs on Geekologie. I'd offer something else, but my ex took everything in the divorce. And I mean everything. "What kind of a sick bitch takes the ice cube trays out of the freezer?"
A ton of pictures of the construction from start to finish after the jump.
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