Mid Century Modern King Bed Frame – A king bed covers a large footprint in your bedroom, in many cases, which dominate the space. For this reason, you would like an additional bed frame to be nice. Unfortunately, frames on the double bed can be very expensive. However, a platform will be engineered at sea level that rises from the bed high enough to permit air flow. This makes the bed and its coatings the true masterpiece in your room, allowing you to save your money for other things.
Adjust two beams parallel to each other with their ends aligned. The outer edges of the beams should be 75 inches apart. Adjust the remaining 3 beams equally spaced between the primary two, additionally parallel and aligned with the ends. Place a board on the beams with their ends aligned with the outer edges of the first two beams. Slide down till your border is aligned with the ends of the beam. Screw in place with one wood screw per beam.
Place the second board next to and flush against the first. Screw in position with a screw per post. Continue laying down and bolting on the boards until the joists are covered. Sand all exposed faces of your wood. You can paint or dye this frame if you want, but the surfaces will be darkened by the mattress and bedding.