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Four-pallet Bed Frame With Side Table

  • 4 pallets

  • medium

  • 12h

  • $50

I needed to build a new bed frame but wasn’t having luck finding matching pallets. Frustrated and out of options I ran across two pallets the same odd width 67″ but different height and length. One was 27-1/2 long and 6″ tall; the other was 48″ long and 5″ tall. The next day I found two more one was 970 x 670 and the other 30″ x 44.”
My new mattress is queen size 60″ wide by 80″ long. I saw a Four-Pallet Bed Frame in my future!

Sometimes you have to get creative to build your project. I used mismatched pallets to make my Four-Pallet Bed Frame.

First, I placed the 67″ pallets end-to-end that gave me a 67″ x 75.5″ platform. I could work with that. Next, I added shims that matched the height, so they were both 6″ tall. I used 3″ self-tapping screws and added support so I could take the final frame apart in two pieces. This decision made the bed easy to move by myself. After getting a general idea of what I was going to build I used Illustrator and made some basic plans to follow. With plans in hand, the first thing I did was square up the two pallets and spliced them together. I added 4″ x 4″x 6″ feet attached with 1/4″ x 4-1/2″ lag bolts and glue.

I used two more pallets to create the reinforcement for my Four-Pallet Bed Frame:

The support wood came from the other two pallets that I completely broke down. I used those pieces plus a couple 2″x2″ ‘s and a plank of siding I got at a large home center in the scrap wood pile for around $3.00 total. I built the side table and headboard from these pieces of scrap wood. Note the purple spray on the planks :). The whole project took me about 12 hours working a little at night and one Saturday.

Four-Pallet Bed Frame finishing touches:

I finished it off by stapling burlap over the slats. Since the slats went in two different directions, I thought the burlap improved the look.  I also added 1″ x 6″ side skirts to hide the various sized pallets. That was the biggest cost at about $9.00 a board, and I needed three. Finally, I added 4- 4-1/2″ swivel and brake locking casters. This brought the grand total for my new bed frame to about $50.00 This was my first project and I’m hooked.

Good job Spencer, and welcome to our site! – your pallets admin team. :)

Four-pallet Bed Frame With Side Table Pallet Beds, Pallet Headboards & Frames
My new bed frame is complete and put to good use.
Four-pallet Bed Frame With Side Table Pallet Beds, Pallet Headboards & Frames
I added a small side table to the frame.
Four-pallet Bed Frame With Side Table Pallet Beds, Pallet Headboards & Frames
I added shims to adjust the height difference of the two pallets.
Four-pallet Bed Frame With Side Table Pallet Beds, Pallet Headboards & Frames
LED-backlighting makes everything look cooler, doesn’t it?
Four-pallet Bed Frame With Side Table Pallet Beds, Pallet Headboards & Frames
Four-pallet Bed Frame With Side Table Pallet Beds, Pallet Headboards & Frames
Four-pallet Bed Frame With Side Table Pallet Beds, Pallet Headboards & Frames

My complete bed with LED back-lighting! Now make yourself a quick-and-airy lounger! Turn plastic spoons into a colorful peacock!

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