Build Mid Century Upholstered Bed in Platform Frame

Feb 16th

Mid Century Upholstered Bed– Give your bedroom a truly unique look; create an upholstered, platform bed frame. The addition of the upholstery of these low profile bed frames helps to add visual weight, giving the frame a splash of color. While adding upholstery increases the style factor, the clean lines of the platform bed frame that can be used by modern design. A drafting project of the upholstered bed allows you to create a custom piece of furniture, making the bed the focal point of the room. Choose a bold, high-contrast graphic for a dramatic look. Softer, fabrics with textures, especially those with brightness, lend themselves very well to romantic spaces.

Measure the width and length of your mattress. Add 2 inches to each of those dimensions. Place the boards together on the floor from a rectangular mattress frame. Load your nail gun with 2-inch nails. Also, secure your corners by firing three nails along each corner. Apply spray glue to the outer face of the frame plates. Mount the board is cut in step 4 in the center of the bed structure to create a central support beam.

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Wrap the frame plates with upholstery cloth, using the same method used to apply the batting. Measure the length of the support plate from the center to the outside, the right rail of the bed structure. Space the plywood plates evenly along the right side of the bed frame. Cut your second plywood board into a rectangle that is 4 inches longer than the bed frame on all sides. Unroll the remaining upholstery fabric face down on the work surface. Place the upholstered sheet on top of the frame.