Mid Century Modern Daybed Design

Nov 26th

Mid century modern daybed – As your little transition from their cribs and in big-kid mattresses, it can be a challenge to decide what to do with the cast-out furniture. Are you throwing the pieces away, donating them or putting them in storage? An even better alternative is to turn the mattress into a trendy daybed for as little as $ 25 worth of goods. Perfect for a reading corner or playroom, a plush sofa can be a cozy hideaway for your kids to use as they continue to grow. Equip the mattress and the cushions in a variety of colorful shades and textures, and when done, you will have the best of both worlds: a new post for your children from warm memories of their past.

Wonderful Mid Century Modern Daybed
Wonderful Mid Century Modern Daybed

Build mid century modern daybed, if you can find a pallet of the right dimensions. But if you found one that is not quite right then go ahead and make the necessary adjustments to get as close to this mattress size as possible. This project, the original pallet size was 2 1/2 x 4 feet. Then 12 inches cut off a side using a circular saw. And the excess wood was used to create 2 1/4 x 4 feet of support nailed to the end of the pallet.

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Then make a frame to walk around the sides of the pallet. This will turn the pallet into a mid century modern daybed. Measure each side of the pallet and mark the length of your 1 x 6 inch discs. Use a circle saw to cut each piece in length. Attach frame pieces to the pallet with 1 1/2 inch screws driven by a drill and driver bit. We used 22 screws for this project: 2 at the ends of each board and two more in the middle of each long side. Well, evenly connect the edges of the frame and any places on the pallet that look particularly rough, with a hand slip.