Can I Modify a Double Bed Frame to Accept a Queen Mattress?

if it's metal, you are stuck. Wood, you could maybe fix it a little but it would take some work. Might as well go buy a new one

1. Cheap queen bed frame for guest room?

Have you thought of going to your local Goodwill Industries to get the bed frame & headboard you need? Give it a try. The items taken in have to be in good shape & if any cleaning is needed, the employees their do so. Check it out, what do you have to lose? You may find some good used power tools while you are there. fyi: If the Goodwill does not have what you need when you first go there, call there often or ask if they could call you when a frame & headboard come in. edit: Have you ever heard of You get on the internet, type in, type in a few things, then wait a day or two, to get e-mails. People want things or are giving things away, & it's all "free." You can type up an e-mail, tell what you are looking for, & watch for many e-mails from Freecycle to come in. You will be on a list so you will get to see what people are asking for/giving away. Again, it's all FREE. Just e-mail the person back, & arrange a place/time to pick up your items. Maybe someone will have some power tools to give you too.

2. Sanding and finishing a bed frame?

I just did this and I used a really cool metallic spray paint. You do not have to prime and its is a lot faster than using a brush. The metallic spray I used was a rustic "hammered" look, but they have lots of other colors and kinds at paint or home improvement stores. It gave my wood dresser and night stand a lot of character. If you are sticking with a solid white or black then you probably should prime and use the old bucket and brush

3. What can I put under wood bed frame legs to stop?

you should be able to go to a hardware store or wal-mart and find some rubber furniture floor protectors. they have a sticky back to adhere to bed leg and wo not move or damage floors

4. Would white night stands go with my cherry colored bed frame?

I think they might work. I think they are pretty. If once you get them they do not look right you could always paint them. Also, maybe you could use them someplace else in the home or switch light wood ones you may already have (such as small end tables)

5. what kind of bed frame??

from the picture and what I can see (sorry, really bad one) you cannot see what type of bed frame but a headboard of some sort so it's either a headboard with rails or a headboard with a platform

6. Painting metal bunk bed frame?

Painting Metal Bed Frame

7. can you put a king size mattress on a queen sized bed frame?

I think it will be both, because queen is a long and king is wide

8. What can I do with a twin bed frame to match a Star Wars Themed Room?

Paint it Grey, put a few modeling touches and sculpt the legs like AT-AT legs

9. Bed frame came apart, Cant get it back together...looks like this...?

that website shows a matt covered with a sheet, not bed frame. try Goodwill, and any other store that handles old furniture or donated goods

10. What sort of pin or screw do I need to fix this bed frame? Pic included?

You would have to get the diameter and length but the head and thread type is right. plus the nut that goes on the other side of the bolt. you can get them at any hardware store or big box store Lowes etc.

11. How can I remove stickers from metal bed frame?

nail varnish remover - use sparingly

12. do I need a box spring with this platform bed frame?

Just buy a sheet of plywood to go under the mattress and that will eliminate the spaces. Cost is about $20

13. I just bought a new bed and the bed frame broke ... Why won't landlord fix it?

Because the landlord is only spose to take care of permanent fixtures in ur place...not ur own furniture...things that belong to him are his responsibility!

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Going Organic with Bed Frames
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