Monday, January 4, 2016

Constructing A Queen-Sized Bed With Woodworking Bed Plans

The cost of the beds is increasing with homeowners spend hundreds of dollars to have a queen size bed. This has led to many people turning them into DIY specialists to make their own beds at a lower cost. For those with creativity and time to do their elegant bed from scratch, then you're in the right place. We're going to take you through all the necessary steps needed to make your bed from the comfort of your home.
Constructing A Queen-Sized Bed With Woodworking Bed Plans

Put all the necessary tools in place will be the first step to make your own queen size bed. Two saws will be needed for this project; a jig saw and regular. The jigsaw will be used to create round shapes in the woods. A nail and a nail gun trusted measurement are among the basic tools before starting the project. A queen size bed is ideal for anyone who needs a good night's sleep. The measures to bed about 8 feet long and 4 feet wide by big enough for a comfortable sleep. Other necessary materials are steel nails, wood glue, filler material, filler for cracks and a sandpaper to make the wood smooth filling. For added strength for your bed, you should use medium density fiber board sheets.

To start making your bed, cut a head 48 inches. The MDF sheets should be used to your head. The sides of the head will take several panels. Using the jigsaw, you can cut smooth arcs that will be used for side trim. The three components; the headboard, foot board and side panels must be joined together with wood glue before tightening.

After finishing with the region headboard, the lower cladding of the bed should therefore be measured accurately. Put in mind the size of a double bed when to take your measurements. The lower part must also measure exactly 8 inches long. At the end, connect it to the headboard and side paneling.

The next step is the measurement of the slats strong for your bed. A double bed measuring 8 feet will need exactly 12 slats. Measure correctly and make sure that they are evenly spaced. Next, connect them to the bottom edges with screws safely before the wood glue and fill. Make sure the screws are long enough to hold the blades in place robust. Otherwise, it recommends that you change them so you have a strong and durable.
Constructing A Queen-Sized Bed With Woodworking Bed Plans

Your wooden slats should be strong robust since they are the ones that bring all the weight of a person. Wooden slats cracked should be replaced with new ones. A less rigid coating will be responsible for supporting the slats. The slats will then support the headboard and footboard. This shows that all the parts are connected to each other and if the incorrect measurements, the entire bed can easily collapse.

Make a queen size bed may seem difficult at first, but everything will be easy once you learn how to connect the pieces. Once done with the bed, you can do the decorations as you like to make your bed attractive. Adding moldings will make your bed look beautiful, just like the expensive ones sold in stores.

Rich Phelps has crafted wooden furniture and other objects from zero for more than a decade. At that time, he gained a huge amount of knowledge on how to create the best plans for woodworking.

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