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Queen Size Bed Frame DIY

Seth Johnson
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Published on 08 Nov 2018 / In How-to and Style

In this video I show you how to make a Queen Sized Bed Frame. This is a very sturdy frame made from wood and metal legs. If you are going to be using a foam style mattress without box springs then you can follow along with the cuts that are made in the video. If you are going to use a boxspring then use the alternate cuts to accommodate the extra size of the box springs. I built this bed for $110 but prices may vary depending on where you live. Shopping Big box stores will almost double the cost.

You will need a few materials to complete this project:
9 = 8"x1" Pipes
18 = 1" floor flanges
7 = 2x6x96 boards
6 to 12 = 2x4x93 boards
1-1/4" screws
2" screws
3" screws

Final cuts:
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Slats-8 to [email protected]"

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Stalinist MAGA
Stalinist MAGA 10 hours ago

This is like the bed me and my wife used to share before I became a reactionary chud loser

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George Hilman
George Hilman 14 days ago

I built a similar pad to park my redimix truck on.

I wonder how much a carpentry shop would charge to mill the lumber down to 1" instead of the 1½.

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COMUS876
COMUS876 19 days ago

cool

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Rony77
Rony77 3 months ago

Nice bro, i like this.

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Keene Observer
Keene Observer 5 months ago

The 2x4 slats could be replaced by half as many 1x4 slats, then lay 15/32-inch plywood (nominal "half-inch") on the slats to completely eliminate issues with the mattress sagging between the slats. If the plywood is in two sections and not secured to the bed frame, it makes it much easier to disassemble if one needs to move it.

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