The Best Wood Storage Bed

Mar 9th

Wood storage bed space in a room is minimal and can quickly fill up to capacity. Take advantage of the space under the bed to store toys, store seasonal items or expand the limited closet and dressing space. Make wood with storage bed drawers to accommodate organizing and storage solutions for the bedroom. Wooden storage drawers are sturdy and can be made to look as if they were part of the bed. Create custom under bed drawers to match the style of the bed are underneath and fit the available space to ensure the ample storage space is used efficiently.

Wood Storage Bed Ideas
Wood Storage Bed Ideas

Wood storage bed idea with measure the height and length of space available under the bed to determine distance. Record the measurements and if necessary adjust these instructions accordingly to ensure a customized fit. Cut the plywood 70 1/2 inches long and 38 1/2 inches wide to create the base. Cut two 7 1/2 inch by 38 1/2 inch boards from the side of one 1-inch-by-8 inch by 8-foot pine boards. Cut one 7 1/2 inch by 72 inch front and one 7 1/2 inch by 72 inch backboard from each of the remaining 1 inch per inch 8 by 8 foot pine boards. Examine the side tables and select the surface of the board that faces towards the inside of the drawer. Use the pocket hole template to prepare the joint connections for only the end of the inner width of the side boards. Determine the placement of three pocket holes and one in the center of both edges of the side boards using the template as a guide.

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Then to make wood storage bed, create a rectangular box surrounding the base with a 2-inch gap to accommodate the plywood wheels. Align the 38 1/2 inch side of the wood against the 2-inch interior guide on a side board. Use a drill for 2-inch screws in the pre-drilled holes in the outer surface of the side board.  Rotate the box on top of the bottom side of the box and attach the casters to the plywood in each of the four corners of the box with 3/4 inch screws.