Lift storage bed is often used in small rooms where space is missing. Fortunately for the occupants, this storage situation can be reversed. Raising a single bed can be made easy and too little money, resulting in a room that is more accommodating and better organized. Only basic tools are needed, if any, to lift a single bed. Most methods can be done in just an hour or so and they make a real difference in the overall sense and function of a room
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Buy a set of four finished lift storage bed with discount store. Slide the leg bed frame into the recessed well at the top of each bed trunk. With these ladders you will get another 6 inches of under-bed storage space. To raise a storage bed that is not on a bed Rime, measure the bed and mattresses. Cut a standard plywood board to the same size. Put the plywood on top of the bed stems and make sure the recessed bed stems 3 inches from the side of the plywood and 6 inches from the bottom or top of the plywood. Place the bed and mattresses on top of the plywood.
To make homemade bed risers to lift storage bed, cut an 8- foot length landscape timber into four equal pieces. Put the plywood on top of the bed stems and make sure the recessed stems are placed in the same position as indicated in step 2. Unscrew the wooden bed plywood with two # 8 screws for each way. Place the bed and mattresses on top of the plywood board. Lift a storage bed even higher by laying two smooth, 6 foot long modular-type bookshelves on their sides, to back, with the shelves outward.