Author Archives: bryce

NEW DESIGN!

After literally years of wanting to come up with a “floating” platform bed frame design, I have! It’s quite different from my original design; it has a “ledge” around the top and the mattress sits inside a deeper well. The more »

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Wireless charging/new shelf design!

I didn’t like the look of my original clip-on shelf design, so I upgraded it. Not satisfied with changing only the way it looks, I also changed how it works. If you want, I can make your clip-on shelf/night stand more »

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Mitered corners!

If you prefer the look of it, I can now make your frame with mitered corners, meaning that the ends of the rails are cut at an angle, like on a picture frame. On fir frames, this means that the end more »

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Tapered legs!

Having thought about it for a while, I am finally offering the option of having the legs on your bed frame tapered instead of straight. In the interest of maintaining the strength for which these bed frames are known, the more »

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New shelf option

I thought of this a while ago and now it’s a reality, a shelf that “hooks on” to the top edge of a bed frame.  It’s a night stand alternative that doesn’t take up floor space or block the drawers. more »

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New drawer options

A customer came up with this idea and I made it a reality for her ash frame and the two ash frames I made for her kids: drawers with removable dividers!  I cut a channel into the bottom, front, and more »

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Snazzy with extra nice sauce

I recently finished the most involved, high-end bed frame to date, made of walnut with curly maple accents and a matching walnut/curly maple headboard.  The customer wanted it to be extra extra nice, so that’s what he got.  Little details like more »

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Super Snazzy Live Edge

I just finished a walnut bed frame with live-edge walnut slab headboard.  It was my first time working with live-edge wood and the results were fantastic, I must say (and so does the customer!).  The bed frame itself was made more »

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New drawer option

After numerous inquiries about the possibility of putting the drawers on the end of a bed frame instead of the sides, it’s finally happened!  I made a king frame with headboard and two drawers coming out the foot of the more »

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Trundle beds

Having been asked many times in the past, I finally designed and built a trundle bed frame.  It has a queen mattress on top with a twin underneath.  A nice feature is that I hid the wheels on the twin more »

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