Queen storage beds with drawers – Comfy sofa by day and warm bed at night, a daybed is a multi-functional and decorative addition to any room of the house. Add storage to keep clutter at bay and you have the perfect piece of furniture. With a little elbow grease and some creativity, you can build this couch with storage underneath in a few hours with time to spare to relax with a good book on your new couch.
Shop for unfinished wooden cubes queen storage beds with drawers. You can get them from a craft store or unfinished furniture store. Buying two units that are 15 by 48 inches (three cubes consist each unit) and two units that are 15 by 32 inches (two cubes per unit). Cut a thick piece of 1-inch wood that measures 48 inches by the length of your mattress (some hardware stores may even cut the wood for you). This will create the basis for the meridian.
Queen storage beds with drawers use a wood filler to paint to fill in the scratches, gaps and nail holes in the cubes. Sand lightly and apply two coats of paint. If you use white or off-white paint, apply two coats of primer paint first. Paint bed base rest in the same way. Wood cubes configuration to create a rectangle so that the two larger units are seated on both sides of the meridian, and the two smaller units are seated between the two. Place the bed base to rest on top of the cubes.