DIY Euro Style Bed Design

diagram with measurements

Build Your Own Euro Style Queen Size Bed Frame

KING SIZE DIY EURO STYLE BED DESIGN | QUEEN SIZE DIY EURO STYLE BED DESIGN
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Queen Size Bed Frame –


MATERIALS:

8 Bed Rail Connectors
2 Boards 5’7 1/4″x1’x2″ – Foot & Headlet
2 Boards 6’8″x7″x2″ – Sides
4 Boards 6’8″x4″x2″ – Inside Sides & Middle
Slats 2 sets 30″x79 1/2″ long
Wood Screws
4 large nails (to hold slats in position)
Mattress 60″x79 1/2″

OPTIONAL HEADBOARD:
Nuts, 5″ bolts and washers
Board 5’7 1/4″ x whatever height you want

TOOLS:

  • Saw
  • Drill and necessary drill bits
  • Screw driver
  • Hammer

bed diagram

finished bed made from Sketchup plans

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This model is available for free download from 3D Warehouse.

This page is mostly a pretense to exhibit my Sketchup 3D model making abilities and spark the imagination of clients and potential clients as to how to use those models. If you are interested in having similar content created please contact me.

SKETCHUP ILLUSTRATIONS:

Coastal Neighborhood Map
Marina and Resort Map
Architectural Rendering
Architectural Rendering
Urban Planning Architectural Rendering
Architectural Rendering
Architectural Rendering
Room Layout
International Boat Show Map
Animal Sanctuary Map
Campus Map
Illustrated Town Map
A Miami Illustrated Map
International Boat Show Map
Enclosure Map Rendering
Boat Show Map
Show Proposal Rendering
Boat Show Map
Golf Resort Map
A Power and Sailboat Show Map
Convention Center Map Design
Village Map
Golf Resort Map
Illustrated Map of Marinas
Bed Diagram

WHAT IS SKETCHUP?:

SketchUp, formerly Google Sketchup, is a 3D modeling computer program from Trimble Inc. It's uses range from architectural, interior design, marine architecture, civil and mechanical engineering, to film and video game design. SketchUp isn't for character design or anything like that, but it's great for architectural rendering and technical projects using basic shapes. When I first started using SketchUp in 2012 for The St. Petersburg Power and Sailboat Show map I was just looking for an alternative to isometric drawing for map illustration. Since that time I have found a broad range of uses for SketchUp and use it on an almost daily basis.

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