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Woodworking Project Paper Plan to Build Maple & Cherry Sleigh Bed

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Build it yourself with help from this paper plan!

A little traditional, a little modern, this stylish queen-size bed lends a fresh look to just about any interior. Its design features the graceful curves of a classic sleigh bed, while incorporating straightforward construction. The timeless appearance of the cherry raised panels nicely complements the bright and clean lines of the solid-maple frame.

  • Headboard measures 52-1/2in. tall by 64-1/4in. wide.
  • Frame measures approximately 80in. long, 52in. tall, and 65in. wide.
  • Build the accompanying armoir, mirror, dresser and nightstand. Plans sold separately.
  • Click here to view all Maple & Cherry bedroom suite pieces.
  • This plan was built and proven in the WOOD magazine shop by its editors and master craftsmen.


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    my 1st bed to easy

    By  Jimfue

    from Powder Springs GA

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    • Informative
    • Pictures explained it all


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    Comments about Woodworking Project Paper Plan to Build Maple & Cherry Sleigh Bed :

    This was my 1st bed and 1st furniture progect. My father-in-law and I built the bed for my daughter. I would suggest reading through the plan a couple of times so can do a mental dry run before you cut lumber; you know Proper preperation and all. It would have been great if the authors put in a bit like "@ $3.50/bf for 1common cherry and maple this project will cost $400 in materials. All in all a novice can make this bed as advertised. If you don't have alot of tools find a buddy who does.


    Love the look but...

    By  Phil

    from Ontario, OR

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    • Lacks Content
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    Comments about Woodworking Project Paper Plan to Build Maple & Cherry Sleigh Bed :

    I bought this plan thinking that it would be an easy build I could finish in a couple afternoons after work. There are a few major problems with these plans. First, they give you half of the templates you need and expect you to find a copy center to make the other half. Second, they show you the techniques of how to build it, but it is poorly organized. It should start with a layout of all the pieces you are making and what the wood needs to be ripped down too. Also, it should tell you the piece you are building, show you the finished product and then how to do it. Lastly, it does not tell you all the tools you are going to need on the site. After I bought this plan I found out I needed a band saw, a 12" table saw, an orbital sander and a biscuit joiner. (The only real problem was the 12" table saw and biscuit joiner, I had the rest.) All and all, I love the way it turned out but hate how much extra work I needed to do to get there.

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