Building Bed with Drawers Underneath
Bed with drawers underneath for a full-size bed, you can take advantage of and organize more than 25 square feet of storage. Although you can spend hundreds on a prefabricated bed with drawers underneath, is to build your own at half the cost of a project within reach for most beginner and intermediate woodworkers. These plans are for a bed with drawers underneath, but you can build any size mattress by adjusting the lumber sizes.
Use your power saw to cut the deal plywood sheets to the required dimensions for bed with drawers underneath. Sand all faces of all the lumber twice, once with coarse sandpaper and again with fine sandpaper.
Apply a coat of paint on all surfaces of your timber. Let it dry. Set all four 2 of 8 beams on the ground, parallel to each other and to the ends lined up. All four bars should rest on their narrowest, 2-inch, faces. Setting the beams 33 inches apart, from edge to edge.
Set two of your 54-inch by 37 1/2-inch plywood covers side by side on the frame formed by the beams. Screw them in place with 16 wood screws, two screws per evenly spaced sheets per beam. Drive screws through the plywood and into the beam underneath. Facing the frame so it rests on the plywood. Enter the remaining two 54 inches by 37 1/2-inch plywood sheets on the beams and secured, just as you did the first two.