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DIY Platform Bed With Floating Night Stands (Plans Available)

November 20, 2019

Picture yourself walking into your room and absorbing the feeling of accomplishment This is the feeling I get when I walk in this space Let me take a few seconds to give you the detail on this build the majority of this platform bed was made entirely from 8-Inch lumber from Your local hardware store featuring two floating nightstand with the idea of saving space and not jeopardizing Functionality the next [thing] [that] only has a place to store your lamp but on the inside I also have a place to store a book and IPad and anything that you want within arm’s reach and also let’s not forget the electrical outlet providing you two ports to charge your lamp Or any device and one of my most important features of this build is the on and off switch That control the undermount led puck lights and with the added lights these gives off a luxury feel within the space and with the whopping 116 inch headboard back with Led strips to set the mood in your space Hey, what’s up guys? I’m going with Diy creators and today I’m going to making a modern platform bag for the bedroom actually be getting a ton of requests to make a bed and actually we Do the bed so you know I like like you know? I love leds, and I’ve had to find a way to incorporate them and with this build This is basically a temporary bed for me and what I mean by that is there’s a lot of work I need to do in this room gotta paint the wall. I replaced the floors a lot of things I want to do and this bed is not what I had in my dream bedroom But it’s a space [winner] right now And it should [work] for the time being [I] actually like the way this one came [out] and hopefully you guys are [interested] in this one, so if you check out in the video description You should see all the information about the bed how much it costs and other details about it? So if you have any question you can check there you can just ask me any comments And I’ll get back to you and with that being said let’s do it For this project you do not need a ton of tools But there’s a ton of cutting and I would totally recommend a miter saw if you don’t have one. Maybe you can borrow one [maybe] you can rent [one] from your local hardware store your next option would [be] using a circular saw and You’d probably want to use a jig to cut those just so you have some consistency I do have a [Mexico] [two] jig that I made a while back So you can check that out or you can check out into one of the circular saw cutting guides And that should help you along with this project There’s a ton of cutting with this project and majority of it is all repetitive So I’m just going to make all my cuts and then you can see here’s all the finishing pieces that I’ve cut down to size And now that everything is cut I can now move on to sanding Now you only need one sander for this project, but since I had the luxury of having two of them I decided to put both [of] them to use I used one with 80 grit sandpaper on it and then I use the other one with 120 grit Sandpaper on it now keep in [mind]. If you have a thickness planer, and this is probably the time to use it That is number come pretty rough So there’s a ton of work prepping them and smoothing them out and I do this process over and over again And then I finally finish sanding them off with 120 grit sandpaper I’m not sure how well this works, but I was doing everything in my power to speed up the process for the bed frame I’m going to use a glossy latex black paint so applied paint I’m using a [high-density] foam roller and this gave me the best chance of getting a good finish without putting out a paint sprayer For the backing on the headboard I use plywood and those gonna come in 8-foot section So the thing is I need to extend those and I use plywood Glue and also pocket hole screws just to extend it to the width that I need The bed Frame is painted black and to keep a consistent look I painted the bottom part of the headboard as well So that it blends in at this point the plywood is pretty heavy on its own, but more and more add foot on it It’s going to get heavy in heavier each time so it’s important [to] secure the plywood in place as you [add] the pieces Of course having a helping hand with total make your job a whole lot easier But if you don’t have the luxury of that the clamps work, just fine After adding all the lumber the headboard became extremely heavy if I had to guess it was probably between 300 and 400 pounds Being that I’m so close to the edge is best to pre-drill so that I don’t split the lumber So secure the lumber to the plywood I add a two screw per board approximately every 24 inches Due to the size of the headboard your eyes will be drawn [to] it more than anything else on the bed So in this case Doujin design the way you like Maybe you want to carry the wood across the entire width of the plywood in this case for me I wanted to see that line going back and forth I wanted that stagger look I just continue the same step over and over until I get to the last row For the finish I use a dark walnut danish all apply with the rag now if you like the color darker You can always add more and more layers, but I was pretty satisfied with the tone of this one now Let’s move the focus over to the floating Nightstand each Nightstand will have the same set up [to] make life a little easy I’m going to cut out the junction box opening so that we can install those later on Using a Jigsaw will make quick work of removing this section if you don’t have a jigsaw you can always drill a bunch of holes And then chisel out the rest if you feel like you like a challenge And you want to do this by hand you can always use a coping saw [to] go this route. It’s a lot of work, but it’s still an option To assemble the Nightstand I’m going to use dowels Now dowels can be frustrated in the work with because you have to be pinpoint on to make sure everything line up You should mark both pieces of wood at the same time that way you have a reference when you use the dowel jig This dowel jig by Rockler actually have a center line [on] them it you place the center line on the marking You’ll be more than likely to get a straight hole drilled Before applying glue. It’s always best to test to make sure everything fits. Well as a reminder [I] mark both pieces the same so I know which to go together to ensure that my Accuracy was on I just marked drilled mark drilled And I did the same thing all the way around for each side on each box [I] wasn’t sure about a quarter inch dowels, so [I] decided to beef those up with [3/8] and This [points] pretty self-explanatory I’m just going to add a ton of glue in the hole on the joints and also on top of the dowels as well And after this part is done. It’s time to bring out the clamps once the glue dries That’s what the majority of the strength comes from so you want to be sure that you clamp this down as tight as possible If you don’t build often enough and don’t further need to own clamps which you could do is use screws and Wood glue at the Joints Then use wood filler to cover the screw heads My intention is to have the end table an inch or two inch lower than the top of the bed next [I’m] going to measure And mark the inside of the end table Then I’m going to drill a few pilot holes going all the way through the headboard just to mark the backside of the end table I want this switch to be somewhat hidden But also in the location that I can get to it easily and this switch is meant to turn on the puck light that’s going To be below the end table the light that I plan [to] put here comes in a kit And it also has a tail on it, so what I’m going to do to keep the [y] your hidden I’m going to drill up, but at an angle so [that] the way you come out through the back so at this point It’s a good idea to just mark everything while the end table is in place even though outlet and with the end table removed I Can now drill all the holes out for the bolts to pass through the last bolt? I just drew actually fell into the opening of the outlet so I had to redo that one The NCA was meant to be removable this way you can remove it and move the headboard around that will notice I have tape on My drill bit as an indicator so that I didn’t exit out the other side of the table This is the location that I plan to put the on and off switch for the puck legs Since I can’t get my drill to drilling from the inside I’m going to attach a piece of wood and drill in from the backside and this way I can avoid any major tear outs I drew the 3/4 hole, but it seems like it’s a tight fit So I just have to wobble out the hole just a little bit to accept the switch after [sanding] and applying the Danish oil as I did previously [I’m] now going to add wipe-on poly urethane as a top coat for this finish after applying the first coat of polyurethane And then went back with a 400 grit sandpaper sand that down then I applied one more coat onto it You can do it a third time to get it even better finish, but I was happy with a second coat Since I wanted to achieve the glowing effect behind the headboard I decided to add some Strips of wood going around and this would serve a couple of things one is a resting area for the leds [to] sit But also help kicks the bed off the wall So when I plug the power cord in it doesn’t interfere with the headboard not I have the headboard in the room I’m going to add the electrical wire and that’s going to go from one outlet to [the] other outlet Here’s the puck [light] that I shown previously in the video I’m just going to cut the plastic Connector off of it Pass the wire through [the] [hole] that was drilled and then screw the light into place These led puck light comes in a kit, and I really like the low profile of them and I have links to these down in the video description, [so] [while] you have the on [and] off switch for these I’m going to use some spade Connectors which are called push on Connectors or many different names [I]? Terminated those to a piece of wire pass the wire through the hole and then I can insert the switch So getting a switch in the hole was a pretty tight fit, but I made it [work] I left all the wires pretty long so I can pass them [through] the pre-drilled hole that was done early on in the video and now that all the cables pass through I should have the wiring for the puck light the electrical and also the wiring for the switch and After getting the end table under the headboard I can now install the bolts Now I can fasten all the [wiring] down and keep everything neat and out of the way before screwing the will into place I actually tested out the leds just to see [why] [I] get the best glow and I found that place in it one inch away From the Edge actually gave me a go that I actually like turns out the led strip was pretty close to [the] [sides] of the [headboard] going around the entire perimeter So I didn’t have to add or cut any off [I] Drew the half inch hole then forced the Connector through the hole I probably could use a different method here because I had a tough [time] keeping the cable flat while it was passing through the hole Since I [don’t] have a ton of option the receiver would sit in this general area allowing me to pass the Ir receiver Just outside the hole and to keep everything in place I’m just going to apply a ton of hot glue to create a plug that I can plug in the wall I’m going to take an old extension cord cut off the end and I’m going to use that wire so that I can make the connection [and] Since I’m actually hiding the two outlets behind the bed I need to bring some outlets back to the front of the bed, so I’m going to try to keep these hidden as well But the cool thing [about] these outlet Is they actually have a uSb port on them? These outlets are fairly simple to hook up you have a green wire [that] goes [through] the green terminal Ground you [also] have a white wire or in this case. It’s a yellow wire and that goes to the silver screw Which is your neutral and the next wire you have left over is the black wire that goes to your gold terminal? That’s your hot leg coming in this old extension cord that I have actually have two white legs on it So I need to do a continuity test to figure out which one is the hot leg or the neutral once I find the hot Leg I colored it with a black sharpie So the outlet on the far hand only has one wire at that location this actually has two wires the one that comes from the other outlet and the other one that goes to the wall and Since I’m in the us I’m only going to address the outlet that I’m most familiar with If thinking with electricity is not really your thing what you [could] do is work on a circuit with it unplug or powered off Once you’ve wired it up You can [use] the inexpensive tester like this one to take it your circuit is correct Or is incorrect [it] will also tell you that if you hooked up a wire Backwards or if you have an open ground or hot or even a neutral now? It’s really important that you use a junction box so that nothing gets out of place Now that I’m done with the [high-voltage] [is] time to work on the [low-voltage] and here. I’m going to use [a] terminal block now I was planning to explain what I was doing here, but then I realized that after I finished wiring this up It actually looked pretty complicated so I’m going to create a diagram just to give you a basic and Simplified version of what I’m doing here now the reason why I went this route because I [wanted] to easily disconnect the end table if I needed to move the bed at a later period Because I will be getting rid of this bed at some point So to clarify this area. I have my power card here this will get plugged in the wall And this will give power to my outlets here I have a transformer that would be powering the leds and also to pluck lights I mean this headboard is really heavy, so I’m really surprised to see how the hand table. Hold is up like a champ After the headboard goes up I won’t be able to get behind it because it’s so massive and so much work [that] I have to do to get there With the headboard being so heavy I used a three inch screw going through the headboard and right into the wall I only have one in the middle But if you want to be extremely safe you can always had three of them one in the middle and two on the head Once you attach the bed frame. It. Ain’t going anywhere to hold the bed frame that yet I’m going to use these thick brackets and the biggest thing about this design is being able to take it back apart And that’s why I designed it the way. I did because at some [point]. I’m going to get rid of the bed This is just a temporary fix for my room So somebody’s going to get this bed, and I’m going to use to get it out of here by taking it apart in Addition to add in the brackets I was planning to add dowels what a two piece of wood meat But it was so strong [I] decided to go away from that now after [add] in the bracket you can see it interferes with a piece of wood I had So I have to notch that out just so I can get the wood to fit I wanted the support piece to be flush with the top part of the bed frame Using the combination square was a huge help after setting the depth going around I can then take a combination square eliminating the use of a tape measure after [attaching] a piece along the foot side of the bed Then actually help out when it comes to lining up the center beam because I didn’t have to measure or find what the center was Somehow I forgot to pick up enough corner brackets which I plan [to] add here in the middle But I didn’t want to break away from the project and go pick up any so I use these L brackets and these actually worked Out just fine I just staggered them one on one side one at the bottom and one at the top [and] [I] did the same thing on the opposite side I Only put one full day of work into this project the other days was like in small spurts So actually felt like I was never going to get done with this project until I started adding these support pieces I Add a two screws per connection point that would be at both ends and also in the middle To secure the lip of the bed to the frame I’m going to use some corner brackets on the inside and also on the outside [I’m] going to the total of four per side Now all I have to do is line [it] up, and then I can move on to screwing it from the inside Well, if you ask me it looks strong enough, and you’re probably wondering what do I do at the end well here? I’m going to use a mending plate And I’m using this plate to attach it from the bottom and this is a perfect situation for that because that keep the two pieces of wood flush with each other [I] Also, added some smaller bracket that was secured a lip from the inside After adding the bracket to the outside this provided the strength that I was looking for now You cannot see this bracket when you look at the bed unless you bend down and look under it But one thing I could’ve did was actually the spray-painting [of] [blanks] that I would have blend in better now I did take a lot of [fine-tuning] and maneuvering to get the bed Fine-tune that I have the proper spacing on both sides now all I have to do is attach the bed frame to the headboard Throw the quarter inch plywood on top just throw a few screws in it secure it in place Throw the bed on there, and we’ve done I really had to cut a victory dance out of this one because I just went crazy. I was so happy this project We’re done. Hope you guys like this one. Hope you like this one And that’s it for this one guys be sure to like subscribe And I love to hear your thoughts on this one if you have any questions, just leave them down in the comments And I’ll get back to you as soon as I can and be sure to follow me on [Instagram] at Diy creators 2015 and I want to give a big shout out and thank you to my friends over on Patreon for supporting the channel if you’re Able, please consider supporting the channel as well, so we can continue to make content like this. Have a good one guys you

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  • Reply Steven Bright September 7, 2019 at 10:12 pm

    Omg this is incredible !!

  • Reply edgehead13 September 8, 2019 at 7:05 pm

    On his lighting drawing, am i the only one that noticed. he bypass the switch for the LED strips?

  • Reply renee yin September 8, 2019 at 9:54 pm

    love your videos, would like to see a diy loft bed with study table video

  • Reply The Dude September 9, 2019 at 2:41 am

    thanks but Im gonna make the night stands open in the front.

  • Reply Marco Leblanc September 10, 2019 at 5:57 pm

    Would it work similar to sand after assembling the headboard too to save some sanding time or would it not look right ?

  • Reply o neill September 11, 2019 at 5:04 pm

    brilliant work, beautiful and are you able to use domino or biscuit joint except of the dowels?

  • Reply Aj Swagger September 11, 2019 at 7:59 pm

    Ohhhhh wow omg

  • Reply Indranil Khandekar September 12, 2019 at 12:16 pm


  • Reply YoungB Raps September 12, 2019 at 1:49 pm

    Hey I'm doing this as a woodshop project how long is the headboard?

  • Reply Shark SAB September 12, 2019 at 5:44 pm

    that’s beautiful looking bed keep up the good work

  • Reply Mick Mcca September 12, 2019 at 7:58 pm

    The craftsmanship that went into making that bed was eminence. Such a rich finish, excellent work. Big fan from Ireland 🇮🇪

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  • Reply Marcus Smith September 15, 2019 at 5:39 pm


  • Reply VAVI TV September 15, 2019 at 8:10 pm

    It’s beautiful ❤️❤️🔥🔥

  • Reply Derp Wolf September 15, 2019 at 10:58 pm

    Yo, if you decide you don’t want this anymore I have 500$ if you let me come pick it up lol…

  • Reply YanJohn Peskov September 15, 2019 at 11:50 pm

    Thanks for the video man,for explaining and not saying bad words, that's why I'm watching your channel 💪🏼👍

  • Reply Melvin Avila September 16, 2019 at 6:49 am

    Amazing job

  • Reply TAREK ORNOV September 17, 2019 at 8:31 pm


  • Reply Ultimate Prosecutor September 18, 2019 at 7:28 pm

    Man we dont have that much wood sadly..

  • Reply henry reyes September 21, 2019 at 2:21 pm

    Good morning bro. First let me say you inspire me to most of my projects so thanks for all your video. Here the main reason for my comments in 3 week I'm getting an 120" projection screen witch rise from the floor up i need an idea for a flame in wall set up

  • Reply henry reyes September 21, 2019 at 2:22 pm

  • Reply George Jacobs September 22, 2019 at 5:24 am

    Has many information in this woodwork book “Bαzοmο Tdy Plαn” (Google it). There are some designs in the book however it is primarily explaining the whole process of how you can do different things and what tools to use to achieve them. In other words, I am satisfied using this book, particularly in the process of learning about wood working. .

  • Reply elizabeth thomas September 23, 2019 at 5:35 am

    I love this bed! I just saw something similar on Wayfair but without the lighting and outlets. I need someone to make me this bed or the Murphy bed you did. Great Job!

  • Reply Streborp01 September 26, 2019 at 6:11 pm

    Very nice!!

  • Reply Raj Mahey September 27, 2019 at 3:57 pm

    It is awsm buddy.

  • Reply Amaan Smith September 28, 2019 at 5:11 pm

    I think these lights are useless

  • Reply Aleksey2797 September 29, 2019 at 12:54 am

    что он говорит?

  • Reply FABIANA FERREIRA September 30, 2019 at 12:46 pm

    Trabalho abençoado! Incrível!

  • Reply Trevor Clere September 30, 2019 at 2:16 pm

    I completed mine yesterday with some slight variations. Would love to share some pics. ** If I can be permitted to post pics, please let me know how. If you'd like I can email the before and after! Thanks DIY Creators.

  • Reply 안녕 September 30, 2019 at 7:38 pm

    Yeah… this is too complicated for me. I don’t have any tools and I don’t want any outlets on my bed frame.

  • Reply Erica Ramona October 2, 2019 at 8:46 pm

    I absolutely love this!

  • Reply Marco Leblanc October 3, 2019 at 2:34 pm

    Bought the plans just for the headboard! I bought a metal bed frame but il build the rest around it. Im excited!

  • Reply 1salahudin October 5, 2019 at 4:03 am

    Why would you wanna throw this beauty away?

  • Reply Juaco October 5, 2019 at 5:40 pm

    when you said 2"x8" said boy that is a lot of weight; I really like your idea and I'm going to make one with a few changes but I'm going to use a 1/4" plywood in the back and use 1/2" planks on the front it should make it sturdy enough and will also cut down on the weight by at least 50%, thank you for your idea this is the best one I've seen.

  • Reply Claudio JDM October 6, 2019 at 3:49 am

    Excelente. como todos tus trabajos.

  • Reply richa bhatnagar October 8, 2019 at 7:08 pm

    Super duper awesome

  • Reply JPM October 8, 2019 at 8:52 pm

    What type of wood is he using? And what size are they?

  • Reply Joel Lumanglas October 9, 2019 at 9:41 am

    nice one looks pretty easy to do. good job.

  • Reply Chadwick Painter October 11, 2019 at 4:08 pm

    Nice job. I like the simplicity in the look of it coupled with all the features. Very clean and squared away. Well done.

  • Reply plantguyrama11 October 12, 2019 at 7:16 am

    All I see is a bunch of corners I can hit my shin on

  • Reply toddfromargyle October 13, 2019 at 3:03 pm

    Some very nice work here.

  • Reply Ahmed Belfriekh October 13, 2019 at 11:20 pm


  • Reply JoeyIs2Rawlio October 14, 2019 at 7:54 am

    What a work of art

  • Reply iamnotinarush October 15, 2019 at 4:49 am


  • Reply FJ Lizama October 15, 2019 at 1:45 pm

    Awesome job bro!

  • Reply HardstyleForEv1 October 15, 2019 at 4:49 pm

    Your a boss man!

  • Reply HardstyleForEv1 October 15, 2019 at 4:49 pm

    Your a boss man!

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  • Reply I am 1 October 16, 2019 at 6:39 am

    You are incredible!!! Beautiful work

  • Reply Mahendra Kumar October 16, 2019 at 3:18 pm

    😀 from bharuch , India…

  • Reply Kevin G October 20, 2019 at 6:42 am


  • Reply Tim Fromsejer October 21, 2019 at 5:19 am

    I Like this one, my wife want a new bed, so i think i gonna give it a try,! Thanks

  • Reply Michael Feeley October 21, 2019 at 6:46 pm


  • Reply Michael Feeley October 21, 2019 at 7:00 pm

    Man You did an incredible job!

  • Reply afhirm0326 h October 22, 2019 at 2:42 am

    So I have a question about the supports you add in at 13:30. I downloaded the plans and would like to know where the 2x4s were used, I am assuming that you ripped the 2x4s down to use in 13:30 for the supports.

  • Reply Lori Hunsaker October 22, 2019 at 10:08 pm

    Will it hold a 900 pound mattress?

  • Reply Mike t October 23, 2019 at 2:07 am

    I thought those lights where faucets at first, now that would be cool

  • Reply Charlie Caltagarone October 23, 2019 at 2:45 am

    Since it's only temporary when your finished with it send it way

  • Reply Ashley Nicole October 23, 2019 at 8:01 am

    put the led lights around the bottom too so it looks like its shining from under the mattress 😍

  • Reply ted is red October 24, 2019 at 5:29 am


    I want a bed

  • Reply John Johns October 24, 2019 at 4:46 pm

    Neutral is always identified somehow. On mfg ext cords it usually has ridges on it. Great bed. Love how you kept the wires in the back nice and neat.

  • Reply RobXbox63 Native October 26, 2019 at 3:45 pm

    Really awsome!!! Great work. Most inspiring!

  • Reply Beant Singh October 28, 2019 at 4:01 am

    Bossu baqupe🙏🙏

  • Reply lucyferina October 28, 2019 at 1:12 pm

    Is not luxury to have multiple sanders specially when you can find them really cheap at harbor freight, I paid $13 for mine, if it dies, I would not feel bad, but so far it has paid for itself…

  • Reply Life_raft_fam October 30, 2019 at 2:37 am

    Looks good man

  • Reply Mike Levesque October 30, 2019 at 8:22 pm

    Dude, I can't stop watching your videos! I love your projects and they way you explain everything you do. Keep up the great work!!!

  • Reply Jen Eichler October 31, 2019 at 3:59 pm

    Your accent is the best!!!!

  • Reply Abdul Nabi Shaik November 1, 2019 at 8:12 pm

    You're the live example of "Hard worker". Man that's unbelievable how you make these projects alone with so much of precession. Hats off to you bro!

  • Reply Max Long November 2, 2019 at 10:00 am

    i can do that, but first you need to lend me your tools

  • Reply RuneKingRob November 2, 2019 at 10:40 pm

    I need you to make this for me man big time

  • Reply Matthew Pritchard November 3, 2019 at 11:00 pm

    I like the puck light idea

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  • Reply Dulat Kanapin November 6, 2019 at 7:54 am

    How much was the budget any time spent?

  • Reply Jesus Topete November 7, 2019 at 5:50 am

    Pocket liigghhhh

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  • Reply Frank R. Pilot November 9, 2019 at 3:19 am

    Hey dude I didn’t know the name of all those tools! Can you teach me?

  • Reply Matthew Campbell November 9, 2019 at 10:00 am

    This is by far the best woodworking book I have ever read, “Bαzοmο Tdy Plαn” (Google it). My woodworking trainer proposes it to all of his students. I am impressed by the level of information the authors go into topics. I`m astounded by the material and did not have a difficult time following the tutorials. .

  • Reply Юрий Горох November 9, 2019 at 10:52 am

    Awesome, спасибо.

  • Reply Shan Mohammed November 10, 2019 at 5:08 am

    Bad idea cant have sex over the bed lol

  • Reply Mark Ian Lara November 12, 2019 at 1:29 pm


  • Reply Dutchess Dioji November 12, 2019 at 8:50 pm

    Are you married? 😉

  • Reply Isaac Thomas November 12, 2019 at 9:24 pm

    You completely lost me at "terminal block", and there's no further explanation or diagram in the diy plans…that looks so confusing!

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  • Reply Thomas Larsen November 14, 2019 at 7:07 am

    Fantastic design and execution! By the way, what's the name of the song that plays at the 10:28 mark? been trying to find that forever. Cheers mate

  • Reply Mabulane Thabo November 14, 2019 at 9:44 pm

    Hi bro is tman that is nice pls send all the metarial i can us and the mesherment so that i can make one for my self pls bro it's nice rly 👍👌👊😉

  • Reply Honza S November 15, 2019 at 7:51 pm

    so looking at the list of lumber I dont see the bed supports… are those just ripped 2x4s?

  • Reply CMZ 1 November 16, 2019 at 11:14 am

    Sir, you’re a great carpenter. As was Jesuss’ father (earthly). You, good sir, are very talented.
    Please keep me informed as to when you want to sell your bed. 🤩

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  • Reply Mykel Chang November 17, 2019 at 9:44 pm

    Why do you place these boards at the end ?

    They probably prevent the matress from being well ventilated.

  • Reply Leonel Vergara November 18, 2019 at 4:24 am

    That’s live

  • Reply Лимон Лимоныч November 18, 2019 at 4:51 pm

    Это круто бро! Буду делать себе такую!

  • Reply Bob Hoskins November 18, 2019 at 5:09 pm

    Your woodworking skills are admirable and you're most definitely creative but you need to learn about electrical radiation. To sleep with your head so close to unshielded AC wiring is not wise. Much better to run the AC to each night table from each side or use battery powered LED's to be safe. USB wiring is surprisingly unshielded as well.

  • Reply Douglas Harley November 18, 2019 at 5:27 pm

    cool design and great simple no-frills build! thanks, as always.

  • Reply mad November 19, 2019 at 2:25 am

    professionnel wow

  • Reply Voronec November 19, 2019 at 4:35 am

    Молодец шоколадный.

  • Reply Eduardo Perez November 19, 2019 at 5:47 am

    I have mine under my bed

  • Reply Kenn's Instagram At: i000 November 19, 2019 at 7:14 am

    Super nice!

  • Reply highpocket888 November 19, 2019 at 11:10 am

    Some neat ideas but that is a shin busting bed with those boards protruding that far out of the sides and ends.

  • Reply youssef casa November 19, 2019 at 4:08 pm

    Bravo bro

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