I'm just being snarky, but I do sort of have a point haaa
Yeah I definitely think you could say so, I got the initial inspiration from a post on ikeahackers which I then tweaked a bit in both design and construction (drawers instead of cabinets and simpler construction in general).
The mattress is also IKEA which I added my own legs to along the wall, on the side towards the room it rests on just the drawers. Bottom two pieces of plywood are attached via the inside of the bottom drawer but could be pretty easily removed for storage behind the drawers.
Will also do a smaller DIY for the desktop, but I'll probably just include that in a larger post showing the whole room once it's done (hopefully sometime the coming week)
Also no SG, but I got the inspiration for the butterfly splines from him. One is a little sloppy, but I'm reasonably proud of them for a first try. Log is from a tree in my In-Law's backyard, and the stand is made of scrap metal and wood I had in my garage.
Please forgive the crappy red chair. It's there until we get a suitable bench/loveseat/armchair to replace it, and in the meantime SWMBO finds it comfy.
The "top" sheets of plywood only extend about 10cms in underneath the matress (the drawers obviously a bit more, maybe 30cm), but besides that it's completely open and empty underneath besides the built-in bed slats. I was thinking that this should be well-ventilated enough but maybe I'm mistaken?