California King Storage Bed Frame
California King Storage Bed Frame – A platform bed frame is the simplest design available; which consists of a simple sheet of wood, low to the ground, on which the mattress can rest. Platform beds can be placed on shelves and drawers to create storage space, placed on pedestals to achieve a certain height or built with short legs to achieve both objectives. Plans for a standard matrimonial mattress can be used for a California king simply by changing dimensions of wood. A platform bed is an elegant addition to any room. It can create some extra storage space by adding sweepstakes to the bed. These fit the platform and are very easy to add to your project.
It will only take you a few extra steps to add a lot of extra space. Place a rectangle with the 80-inch beams as the sides and two 73-inch beams, located inside the 80-inch beams as the top and bottom edges. All beams should rest on narrow sides (2 inches) wide. Fix the rectangle shape with two screws per corner, drilling the screws through the face of an 80-inch beam and at the end of a 73-inch beam. Fit the remaining four 73-inch beams into the rectangular california king storage bed frame to form the ribs. These beams, also provided on their narrow sides, should be aligned parallel to the other 73-inch beams and spaced approximately 15 inches from each other and the frame terminated.
Screw the four beams into place as did the original weft, using two screws per joint point. Place the plywood sheet on the top of the frame so that the edges of the sheet are flush with the edges of the california king storage bed frame. Screw the plywood sheet into place with one screw per corner, drilled through the plywood and into the beams. Drill an additional screw in the center of each short side and two screws, spaced evenly, on each long side. Sand the flat surface of the plywood and the outer face of the rectangular frame.