Queen platform bed with drawers is enough to accommodate two people comfortably large, but in many smaller bedrooms, a bed of this size means little space for other furniture. A queen platform bed with drawers will help you regain some lost storage space without compromising on comfort double bed giving.
12 Photos Gallery of: Building Queen Platform Bed with Drawers
Cut a 1-inch-deep, 1-inch-wide gouge along the 2-inch-wide face of two 80-inch pieces using the router. These are tracks in which the slats to keep the mattress fit. Cut away the boxes using a hacksaw to leave a 1-inch-wide, 1-inch-long and 4-inch-deep notch pieces. Interlock the 58-inch and 80-inch pieces of the grooves to form two rectangular frames. Make lamina tracks meet.
Fix the joints of the frames with countersunk long screws and a hammer drill with a screwdriver bit. Coat end surfaces of the 10-inch pieces of wood glue. Reinforce the joints with countersunk long screws. Reinforce the joints with countersunk long screws. Glue the end faces of the piece. The fixing piece to the base of the bed frame, 30 inches from the right side.
These are support pieces to prevent the drawer to fall down inside the bed when closed. Nail the first strip of slat track at the end of the bed. Leave a 2-inch gap and nail the second screen in the groove. Continue nailing fins with 2-inch space between them until you reach the bottom of the queen platform bed with drawers.