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Beds Book

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13381
Beds Book
Beds Book

Outstanding projects from one of America's best craftsmen. Jeff Miller, winner of the 1998 Stanley Award for best woodworking book (Chairmaking & Design) offers nine attractive bed projects accessible to woodworkers of any skill level. The projects are a small bed, a Shaker-style bed, a Craftsman-style bed, a pencil-post bed, a plywood platform bed, a Windsor chair inspired bed, a modern " city" bed, a sleigh bed, and a bunk bed. Features include: Clear step-by-step instructions to build Cut lists that make it easy to get each bed started Exploded and measured drawings that A chapter on general construction show every detail strategies for building any bed design A wide range of jigs for mortising, tenoning, and other common tasks

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Manufacturer Part Number 070379
Weight 1.4500
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Cover Style Soft Cover
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Pages 192
Author Jeff Miller
Topic Beds
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Need a new bed in guest room
Patricia W on Mar 7, 2018
I want to build my own bed, rather than having to pay my first male child for a commercial one.
Hack Bat on Oct 30, 2016
Need a new bed in guest room
Patricia W on Mar 7, 2018
I trust the quality of Rockler products - wanted to build beds for a vacation home - both standard and bunk
Guest on Jul 6, 2017
I want to build my own bed, rather than having to pay my first male child for a commercial one.
Hack Bat on Oct 30, 2016
Want to construct some beds, thought this would be helpful.
Mary H on Mar 9, 2016
I trust the quality of Rockler products - wanted to build beds for a vacation home - both standard and bunk
Guest on Jul 6, 2017
Want to construct some beds, thought this would be helpful.
Mary H on Mar 9, 2016
what kind of headboards do you have plans on?
dale n on Oct 25, 2015
What is the bunk bed like? What style is it?
Linden G on Dec 21, 2015
BEST ANSWER: Members Mark twin over over twin wooden bunkbed, nut goes into frame to hold up rails, etc.
Does the book "BEDS" have measured drawings?
Donald R on Dec 2, 2015
BEST ANSWER: Yes it does. Each bed has a detailed drawing and basic instructions. You still need an above basic skill level to tackle some of the beds.
How can I see the bunkbed design to see if my daughter will like the design, style etc.?
Bill R on Apr 6, 2018
BEST ANSWER: Depending on where Bill R lives, he can come over and take a look at my book.
is bunk bed plan for 2 beds that stack as a bunk (desirable) or a single bunk only design ?
Guest on Jul 6, 2017
BEST ANSWER: That would be dependent on whether or not you want it for kids, or double duty for the occasional guest, like grandma, grandpa, etc. or other guests, and how much room you have. For young kids, just be sure to let them know that those Superman, and Bat man pajamas, do not enable them to actually fly! But seriously, that is something you would have to decide, again dependent on room, and use. They are safer, as a single, versus, stacked, but the rails, prevent rolling out of bed, but if there is a problem with sleep walking,,. could be a problem. But if you are uncomfortable with stacked, just make them twins, with the option of stacking, for more room. I would think if they are doing double duty for kids and or guest, single, and not stacked with out the rails,would be the way to go, but kids love stacked bunk beds. So just decide what the intended use is, and how much room you have, if you have kids, how well they understand the danger of playing in stacked bunk beds. Of course there is always the argument of who gets to sleep in the top bunk.