farmhouse bed

twin size farmhouse bed

Well we sold my sons baby bed, Sadly he is growing up really fast and out grew it. So we decided to replace it with a farmhouse style bed we seen on Ana White's site. was a pretty easy build. Didn't take to long. If I wouldn't have started at 10:00 it would have been a breeze. the lumber and all cost pretty close to the sites price, I think it was around $80. So finished it up Saturday or I should say Sunday morning at around 1:00. Stef started painting it today so i'll put up finished pics i

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Asher's Farmhouse Headboard

Farmhouse bed with just the headboard for our 2 year olds bed. Used the same paint as the trim in the room so it would match. Used finish nails to connect the 1x6 and 1x2. I don't have a finish nailer so I just use hammer and nail and finish off with a nail punch. Used the Kreg Jig for the rest. I say that thing is a must have and go ahead and get one if you can.

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Farmhouse King Size Bed

This was the first build of any significance. I was looking for a new bedframe but was put off by the prices I had seen. Found Ana's website through HGTV and though I would try it. I used pine boards for everything but the posts, which were cedar boards. I did not realize that the original bed plans were for a flipped king size, so had to pu the side rails on the inside of the posts instead of flush. I decided to get rid of the box springs and build my own base out of 2X4's and plywood.

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