Platform bed with storage – As any ten-year-old child can tell you, the space under the bed makes for an efficient storage solution. A double bed measuring 18 inches high covers more than 50 cubic feet of storage space. With the construction of a bed frame with storage options, you can take advantage of that space and save money on the purchase of a prefabricated bed frame. Set aside an afternoon for this project, and overnight so that the paint dries. Cut the planks of wood and plywood to the required lengths using your electric saw. Sand all sides of your wood with coarse-grained sandpaper.
Set a platform bed with storage 78-inch plank and a 60-inch plank together in an L-shape, with the end of the board already abutting the face of the shorter one. Attach them with two L-braces fixed on the inside corner, each bracket together 3 inches from either edge of the plates. Adjust the other 60-inch plank against the free end of the 78-inch beam. Fasten with two L-supports as before. Slide the other plate 78 inches between the two 60-inch boards, parallel to the first board 78 inches and 20 inches away from it. One with two L-braces in each corner, as before. Place the sheets of plywood down on the top of the frame that has been constructed, side by side.
With their outer edges flush with the outer edges of the frame platform bed with storage. Screw down the resting plywood sheet on the open side of the weft using a wooden screw for each corner. Insert the screws through the sheet and into the edge of the table below. Place the other sheet to the first using its five hinges. Screw the hinges in place with the screws provided. Attach the 6-inch, 26-inch, 40-inch, 54-inch, and 74-inch screws from one edge. Sand the outer faces of your bed frame using fine grain sandpaper. The paint or the stain you want.