Working on a full size version of the rustic farmhouse bed that’s lately been getting a lot of traction. Here’s a SketchUp model of the overall dimensions and I will soon have a detailed assembly schematic and cut list.
I’ve had a number of questions about converting my Farmhouse Bed post plan to a king sized version (the original plan is a queen). While the construction techniques are the same, the king version changes quite a few of the measurements to stretch the headboard and footer. This post is a detailed plan for the king version. To give full credit, the original version of this plan is from Ana White’s website (the queen version) which you an see here and I’m also working on a full version. I think Ana has done a king version as well, but this plan is a little bit different. Continue reading
I am working on my next project, a rustic farmhouse night stand to match my rustic farmhouse bed. Since I finished the bed, we’ve been on the lookout for a nightstand to match, but haven’t found anything that we particularly like or will fit next to the bed. he few options that we sort of liked are pretty expensive, so here’s a shot at a design that I created to make use of some wood I’m reclaiming from some old shelves that I’ve removed from my garage. Continue reading
Reading through my Farmhouse Bed post, I realized that I hadn’t included the finishing touches! Continue reading
Inspired by the farmhouse table design by Ana White and our friend’s the Young’s who built a similar table, I decided to try this project out. It’s a great project for an ambitious beginner and because it’s a “rustic” design, it’s a pretty forgiving project.
(P.s. If you like this post, check out my Rustic Farmhouse Bed)