A chest drawer is an ideal solution for small rooms or anyone who has a lot of items to store. But there is enough room to put everyone in. Because drawers can store bedding, clothing or other items. A bed with drawers eliminates the need for a separate chest of drawers in the room. As a result, the smaller bedrooms can accommodate a larger bed without worrying about other furniture not fitting. And this is the step how to add the drawers into your bed.
Decide which side of the chest drawer will be on. Glue and screw the 8 inches wide, 10-inch long piece into the center of the bed frame part that the drawers will light up. The glue then screws the 10-inch long piece remaining in the middle of the opposite side of the bed frame. These are the side supports of the bed.
Screw 54 centimeters long, 21-inch wide wooden sheet at the end of the bed, to make the footer of chest drawer. Screw the 54-inch long, 26-inch wide wooden blade at the opposite end of the bed to form the headboard. Screw a 75-inch-long sheet, 18-inches wide to one side of the bed that will not have drawers. Measure 4 inches up to one side of 18 inches of remaining 18-by-75-inch wood sheet then measure 2-inches along a 75-inch long side. From this point, draw a rectangle 10 inches high and 31-1 / 2 inches wide. Measure 8 inches along a 75-inch side of this rectangle and draw another rectangle inch 10 by 31 1/2.