DIY: King Size Bed - All Instructions

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In this post I am giving you links to all the instructions for building this bed. Now it's all in one, easy to find, location. Happy building!





Part 1 - Plans and Center Storage





Good Luck!!

Stephanie

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27 comments

  1. I wish this was for a queen - any possibility you may know the plans for a queen?

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    1. Fortunately, all bed sizes are uniform. Find the measurements for a standard queen size bed, and adjust your cuts accordingly.

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  2. I agree... how about Queen dimensions, and even twin? That would be awesome! Thanks :)

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  3. Can you share how the feet were attached to the headboard and footboard?

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    1. Hubby drilled a 3/4" diameter hole through about half the depth of the foot. Then drilled a pilot hole through the remainder of the foot. He then used a lag screw to secure it to the bed.

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    2. Also, he tried to use at least two lag screws per foot.

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  4. Yes, yes, yes ---Queen size please~~!!

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  5. Can this be easily disassembled and reassembled? I would love to make something like this but because we are in the military, we move quite a bit.

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    1. It is pretty easy to assemble with two people. The most difficult thing about it is how heavy it is.

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    1. I believe it was $500 for all the materials.

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  7. Thanks for the info. Do you have an idea of how heavy it is?

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    1. I don't know how heavy it is but I'm a small gal and my husband is a very average guy and we have managed to heft it wherever we need it. It's a tough job but doable.

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  8. Any idea how much weight it holds? We are thinking about buying something similar for our queen waterbed. We could probably just change the dimensions a bit for the size we need. It looks like it should be easy to change the size if we decide to build it. But I am concerned about the weight. We just cleaned up a waterbed spill this past week. I don't want to have to do another one for a long time. :) - Thanks!

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    1. I don't know how much weight it can hold but I do know that this is a very solid bed, probably more heavy duty than any you can buy from a local furniture store. I think it will work well for what you need.

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  9. How charming the blog and its contents too.!!!
    I like this..!!Buy single or double mattress

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  10. Please please could you give us the dimensions for a queen size bed.

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    1. Yes, since we have had so many requests, we will work on the Queen size directions this weekend! Stay tuned for the post and thanks.

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    2. when will we find out about the qween

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  11. was there any plans done for a queen

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  12. was there any plans made for a queen size bed

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    1. I haven't gotten around to the queen directions yet, it's on my list of things to do. I'll update this post when it's ready. Thanks for your patience.

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  13. Do you have a complete shopping list to build this project?

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  14. Do you have the dimensions for the queen size bed yet?

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  15. I love with the last picture. king size platform bed that looks modern. awesome!

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  16. I love Diy King Size Bed, looks modern and so pretty, nice work!

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  17. How about about price issued for a King Size Bed , I was very impressed with this great bed ..
    thank you :)

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