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How to Make a Modern Canopy Bed

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I made my daughter a clean, modern canopy bed using plywood! We’ve got plans available so you can make one too! You can find the SYLVANIA Natural Series LED light bulbs with TruWave Technology used in this video on Amazon here: https://amzn.to/2ZWmirD. #sponsored

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First, I designed the bbed in Fusion 360 because I needed to get approval from the stakeholders: my wife and daughter. Using 3d modeling to plan the project is extremely handy because I can easily make changes upon request. This project was a perfect example, because my wife wanted the bed to look modern and clean instead of bulky and large if I used dimensional lumber as planned. We decided that the bbed posts looked good at 2 1/4″ square. This is an awkward measurement because it doesn’t match any off-the-shelf lumber sizes. It did; however, match the thickness of three sheets of 3/4″ plywood. 

Knowing that the bed was going to made up of interlocking elements of laminated plywood really helped with the production. All I needed to do to prep materials was set my table saw fence to 2 1/4″ and start cutting down some sheet goods. There are some pieces that weren’t 2 1/4″, but the material prep was pretty straight-forward; rip sheet into strips and crosscut to length. 

Now that the strips of plywood were cut to length, I began gluing up the strips to make up the bbed frame beams. This canopy bed needed a headboard assembly, a footboard assembly, two lower stringer to support the mattress, and two upper stringer to join the head and foot board assemblies together. Each assembly would in essence be a large rectangular frame; two upright side beams that would capture the head or footboard capped with a horizontal beam. 

The design called for a clean exterior lacking any visible hardware. This design constraint was a fun challenge. To minimize fasteners, I decided to employ a mortise and tenon style joinery technique. By stacking the plywood in a way that left a space to interlock with other beams, I could simply glue these joints together creating a strong assembly. 

The lower, mattress holding stringers were made of two sheets of outward-facing plywood and an interior shorter strip that was glued and screwed in place for extra strength. This shorter piece would hold the mattress slats in a later step. Now that the headboard assembly, footboard assembly, and the four stringers were glued together, I added some thick edge banding to all of the exposed plywood edges. Now they were ready to assemble. 

To connect the headboard and footboard assemblies together with the lower stringer, I decided to use commercially available bed frame hardware. Like most bed frames, I wanted this canopy bed to come apart if needed. This two-part hardware kit is screwed into the head/footboards and connecting brackets are screwed into the ends of the lower stringer. When hooked together and tightened, the lower bed frame is fairly rigid. We used smaller hardware sets because of the minimal nature of the bed, so we added some reinforcement screws from the back of the headboard to add rigidity. 

Read more at https://iliketomakestuff.com/modern-canopy-bed/

Because we designed this modern canopy bed in Fusion 360, we can easily transfer that model into our digital plans process. Fusion 360 allowed us to easily change the bed’s parameters so we can offer you digital plans for this bed in 4 different mattress sizes! If you are interested in making this bed yourself, click the link above. There you will find a link to the products we used (Amazon Affiliate links) as well as the plans that include easy-to-follow steps and cut lists.


EvanAndKatelyn says:

Now we're wondering what it would take to be able to make a canopy bed that could also be used as a monkey bars lol 🤣

David Buffington says:

The head and foot boards screamed of need for using the CNC to put a pattern or image onto. What were the screws you had to add in the final assembly? You said you didn't want exposed fasteners, but those were exposed somewhere.

MaBu-Kunsthandwerk says:

Tolles Video
Danke fürs Zeigen konnte mir ein paar Ideen abschauen
Gruß MaBu

Uncle jRok says:

16:42 'Best dad EVER!' look.

Great job, dad.

jip hulsman says:

was hoping i would find a way for me to build one, but using the plywood is really smart, also now i can show my employer how to properly use edge banding( he didn't know haha) thanks bob:)

nobody nobody says:

Who else doesn’t understand what he’s saying but is still watching because why not

cVictori says:

Been a while since I watched a ILTMS video. I gained what I’m charitably calling the Quarantine 20 and Bob’s selling tickets to the gun show smh

A AM says:

Dont feel guilty about having sponsors especially when you are advertising products that your subscribers are probably going to be interested in

G Quizzle says:

Random finger at the top of the screen at 7min 17 seconds

Abhay Prasad says:

Sir can you make a go-kart with nitromethane boosters and use solar panels for electricity etc I want to make a go kart

wolf airsoft says:

Rocking that John marston beard!!!

Red dead redemption 1 and 2 fans you know what I'm talking about!!

Derek McDonald says:

Amazing, just amazing. You took plywood and made it look beautiful.

David McCurry says:

You need to have your children help in the shop some! Not dangerous stuff, though, only stuff they won't hurt themselves on

Jacob Barber says:

You make everything look so easy!!

Scooter says:

New project idea. Build a new guest room so your poor daughter can keep her own room when people visit!

Alejandro Ortiz says:

This looks like a big bed for a lil girl hahah! Love the vid tho 👍🏼

Felipe Stevenson says:

How was this not sponsered by Casper XD

Raul C says:

2:40 in…music by David P?!

Jackie Sofir says:

Sponsers or not , those light are awful. The bed is stunning, i would add fabric on top of it.

thejoshwardchannel says:

0:41 cool beans!

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