DIY $100 Rustic Modern Queen Bed

Have you been interested in developing your own personal DIY wedge bed frame? My oldest princess turned sixteen this month and then decided she required a queen bed. And so, I have to designing as well as came up with probably the cutest bed that I managed to establish for under hundred dolars of lumber! This bed is very darn adorable and ideal for adults or kids. I like the clean lines and contemporary but super rustic look. Check out exactly how we developed this bed by seeing the video below! Exactly how adorable did this thing switch out??

The first task is creating the legs of yours. You are going to build 2 taller legs which will be an aspect of the headboard of yours, as well as 2 shorter legs which will probably be an element of the footboard. These’re 2×6 boards that any of us ripped to 5″ together with the table saw. Should you decide to not rip the boards of yours, you have to refigure the measurements of yours as it is going to change the majority of this program.

Attach every board collectively using wood glue and then clamped them together until finally the glue dried. Next, sand the uneven or rough edges.

While the legs are actually drying, you are able to begin creating the rest. The side rails will also be 2×6 boards that any of us ripped to 5″. Add 1.5″ pocket gaps to one edge of the vertical board as well as 1.5″ pocket holes on just one edge of the horizontal board which rests in addition to it. Attach these boards with each other using wood glue as well as 2.5″ pocket gap screws.

Include the cleats to the two sides. These’re 2×2 boards that we connected to each and every side using wood glue as well as 3″ Spax or maybe wood screws. Notice the position in the bottom photo.

Create the footboard. The top of this particular assembly is additionally a 2×6 rii, but we ripped the a person to 4.5″ so it will line up flush with all the legs. Add 1.5″ pocket gaps to the two boards, and connect them with wood glue as well as 2.5″ pocket gap screws.

Connect these boards to the footboard legs we developed in the very first step. Connect them utilizing 2.5″ pocket gap screws through the pocket gaps you made and into every leg. You need the top part of the slat to sit down flush with the top part of the foot.

Attach the little trim piece to the roof of the headboard board first. The board is actually 3/4″ hardwood plywood with 3/4″ pocket gaps on the sides of the paper of this rear of the panel. The trim piece is actually 1/4″ heavy x 3/4″ vast and connect it with wood glue as well as brad nails.

Connect the headboard board to the legs by using wood glue as well as 2″ pocket gap screws. You need the headboard board to line up 3/4″ using the front side of the legs. The top part of the trim item is going to be flush with the top part of the legs.

Connect the rails to the headboard that uses 2.5″ pocket gap screws through the pocket gaps on the rails and also directly into every leg.

Attach the footboard to the two legs that uses 2.5″ pocket gap screws. Be sure the tops as well as sides are actually all flush.

Time for slats! We used 2×2 boards because of this part and attached them with wood glue as well as 3″ Spax or maybe wood screws. We recommend not making use of glue to affix the runners and the slats to both the footboard as well as headboard so you’re in a position to move your bed all over from space to space and disassemble it effortlessly.