Ideas of Queen Bedroom Set

Queen bedroom set – Making your own queen size wood bed frame is a great way to update your bedroom without spending a lot of money. The bed frames sold in furniture stores can be very expensive. With just a few pieces of wood and some common household tools, however, you can make a simple wooden bed frame at home. Building a queen size wood bed frame from scratch also lets you customize it with your choice of paint or scratch.

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Amazing Queen Bedroom Set

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Measure the queen bedroom set you will put on the bedroom. Queen size mattresses are generally about 6 1/2 meters tall and 5 meters wide. Take an inch or two of each edge so that the bed frame will be slightly smaller than the mattress. This keeps the bed frame out of the way so you do not bang your legs against it when getting in and out of bed. Use an electric saw to cut timber into two long side pieces and two shorter end pieces according to your measurements from step 1. The size of wood you choose depends on how much you want the bed frame to be.

Lay wood pieces on the floor to form a box. Use the trunk to attach the pieces to each corner. Squeeze the ends to hold them in place while the glue dries. Allow the queen bedroom set to dry overnight, and then remove the clips. Reinforce the box by driving three large wooden screws through each corner. Cut three pieces of work the same length as your gables to act as support beams that prevent the mattress from hanging down. Even space these supports bite inside the frame; Use wooden screws to secure them to both side pieces.