DIY CREATE A PETITE RUSTIC NIGHTSTAND
Hey guys! I was delighted to finally have the headboard in my bedroom! We have not had them in our room for about 1 1/2 years so it really felt life changing 😉 here they are!
I want to design them to fit the bed that I built for our bedroom and want to have at least one drawer. So I was busy in my shop, and this is what I came up with! It is a very
simple construction and it is also very easy to change!
Of course, we have a plan for your free print and a step by step instructions to follow along! You can click on the image below or HERE to print your set schedule. The plans for a bed.
And a big thank you to friends our very talented, Jay Jay from Custom Creations for creating copies of plans! Check his website, he has LOTS of great furniture plans!
and bottom of the bottom board of the headboard. You can see where I drilled holes on the table beneath the bag. You can click on the box below for a link to K5 on Amazon.
I attached the side pieces to the bottom piece with 1 1/4″ pocket hole screws. The holes will be hidden pocket under the headboard.
Then I attached the first support.
Next, I attached the drawer slides.
I use a level to make sure the slides were straight!
After I attached the slides, I attached the back support.
Here they are ready for the drawer. You can dock here, but I want to wait until I’m completely done with the pieces to reattach. If you make any mistake it easier to repair without the support on 😉
Do not go out plans for measurements drawer. There have always been a difference right here. I want to put the pieces of the frame behind the drawer in which measurements for pieces.
I built the frame drawers with 3/4 “and 1 1/4 pocket hole screws.
I’m sure it matches
and then I attached the bottom of the drawer with my Ryobi Stapler. If you do not have a stapler, you can use the nail ends here. I want to attach a copy with staples,
because it is less likely to pull out the pieces.
I flip head upside down and fitted bed pads with wood glue or other foot and nail Brad.
Then I predrilled for bun feet. I use the bit size fasteners like pins bun.
I put on the pads acacia legs and bun feet screwed in. I bought the bun feet.
Next, I assemble the top.
and stick with 1 1/4″ nails Brad.
There is a 3/4″ on the suspension at the front and sides of the head of the bed. I use a 1x debris to line everything up.
Now Casting! The simplest way I believe, to cut and measure the cove molding is started with a piece cut at 45 degrees. Just set your saw at 45. The cap is Miter adjustment saws input.
Next, I queue mitered edges where needed and then mark the other end.
I attach it with wood glue and brad nails.
On the side of the pieces do the same thing
Then, mark the straight cut at the end.
Finally, I added the side drawer. You can do this any time, I just want to wait until the whole piece is how I like it.
Before I dyed it, I fill all my nail holes with wood side.
I gave it a coat of Varathane early American Stain
and seal it with polyurethane Thick Varathane Three, Weak This Things That is it! I bring them inside and cute extra hardware from Homeshopping. You can see it HERE.
I’m very happy with how my room is coming together! It is nice to finally have a bed and headboard again! The total cost is $140 per nighstand bun feet is $10 each so you
can find some less expensive options and save it. This is similar to a bed retails for $700. fit my bedroom includes a queen headboard, footboard, side rails and two bedside
cost me $680 total! Generally it is part victory 🙂
Curious about the other items in this room?
Thanks very much for your visit!