Homes+ (Australia) - - BEFORE & AFTER -

James built the tim­ber and leather bed frame to house a king bed base. He cut par­ti­cle board to size for both the bed­head and bed end, then glued and nailed lengths of Tas­ma­nian oak tim­ber to cover it. The bed­head and bed end were then edged with the same tim­ber cut to size. To make the side rails, he cut ply­wood to size and edged it with the oak. For dec­o­ra­tion, old leather belts were cut in half and screwed to the bed­head. Fi­nally, the side rails were at­tached to the bed­head and bed end with an­gle brack­ets.

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