Convert A Double Wooden Daybed Frame Twin
Daybed frame twin – If you have a double bed that you no longer use, consider turning it into a chair. Using the chair as a refuge where you can curl up with a book, or have a spare bed when a guest needs more sleep. If you do not have a double bed, no problem. Go hunting something chic and cheap at resale shops and garage sales. Use three twin headers to create a traditional chair with back and two sides; the sides must be made with matching headboards and foot boards same size and style, and the head of the center can be any style you choose.
ASSESS the condition of their headers. If you’re going to paint, stain or refinish the wood daybed frame twin, do it now and allow each header to dry completely. Measure the length of the mattress. Add 3 inches to the measurement to allow space hand to make the bed. For example, if the length of the mattress is 72 inches, use 75 inches for the width of the chair.
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Place the headboard against the wall where you can work freely. Measure the width of the headboard. Subtract the width measurement of the mattress. Divide the measurement in half. Use this measurement to determine the actual width that will have to adapt to the mattress and hand space to make the daybed frame twin. Set aside the two headers along the right and left sides of the wall, against the far edges of the masking tape.
Cut a piece of 2 by 4 or 2 by 6 timber according to the measure you. You will need. Examine the edges of the side headers and header from the center to locate a place that fits holes to secure the connector between the wooden headboards. Drill screws into the head of the center for holding the piece of wood connect.