Queen bed drawers may seem like a waste: everything cubic footage covered with draping bedding, contributes nothing to neatness or storage room. By replacing single queen bed drawers, you can add more than 30 cubic feet of accessible storage.
12 Photos Gallery of: Building Queen Bed Drawers
Sand all surfaces of your timber using coarse sandpaper. Set a long beam and L, with the long end of the beam to the surface of the short. Screw using two screws. Add the other short beam to the free end of the long beam; turn your L to square C. Screw together like you did the first.
Slide the second long bar between the arms it runs parallel to the other long beam for queen bed drawers. The centers of the beams should be 16 inches apart. Screw in place as in the previous steps. Slide shortest beam between the arms of the C, which runs parallel with the short bars and the open side of the frame. It should be equidistant from each branch. Screw in place. Place a sheet of plywood to the frame so that it covers the open side and its inner edge runs along the middle of the central support beam. Sand all exposed debris with fine sandpaper.