A bed frame supporting the mattress and persists on the ground. Some even come with a header or footer to add to the decor of the room.
12 Photos Gallery of: Making a Bed Frame Reinforced
- Place the four tables 2-for-4 in rectangular shape with two long tables on the sides of the frame and the two shorter on top and bottom.
- Drill two wood screws at each corner of the rectangle. Place the screws about 2 inches apart from each other from the outside of the longest to put them in the center of the shorter beam.
- Place the piece of plywood on top of the frame. Secure it to the timber with a screw in each corner of the rectangle. Drill down to the screw passes through the wood and into the wooden beams.
- Plywood subject placing a wood screw in the center of each of the shorter and two screws in each of the larger beams uniformly spaced beams.
- Turn the bed frame by placing it on one side so you can access both the inner side of the frame and the top of the timber.
- Place a pole at the corner of the bed frame where the two rays meet. Held in place with four screws passed through the wooden surface of the timber and into the post.