Double bed plan Azobe, photos taken by customers
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Build your own design double bed
Japanese inspired, minimalist form. A simple design, but nicely spacious and very stable.
We have tried to design a double bed that is beautiful and simple. The starting point was a clear and solid construction. Elegant, Japanese inspired. With this bed we have taken into account a number of specific things:
We pay a lot of attention to keeping screws out of sight as much as possible. We also describe in the furniture plan how you can make joints with dowels so that you do not need any screws at all.
You can use both sheet material and solid wood for this bed. Various versions in scaffolding wood have also been reported.
We always try to get the furniture from standard dimensions wood as efficiently as possible.
Also for beginners
The design is tailored to the possibilities and limitations of the do-it-yourselfer and his / her tools. If you can handle a handsaw (sometimes jigsaw) and drill, you can make all our furniture. If you have professional tools, it will only get easier.
You can have your panels cut by your timber merchant. If you want to do this yourself, we recommend using a circular saw/plunge saw.
As you might have already seen in the photos of finished furniture, it’s really easy to make changes to the dimensions and/or design. The clear cutting list and design drawings help to give you the confidence to make any changes you like.
The manual / design plan and drawings
The downloadable manual is in the form of an A4 booklet for you to print out yourself. At the start you’ll find a list of necessities, such as the wood (board or sheet material), screws (size and quantity), glue and any other parts. Also listed are the tools that you will need and a cutting list with dimensions of all the parts that make up the piece of furniture.
Tips from the cabinetmaker
Each furniture plan contains a number of relevant tips about choice of material, sawing, screws, glue, sanding, painting, varnishing, etc. When dowels are given as an alternative, there is also a detailed explanation so that you can get started with full confidence. Finally, there is a detailed step-by-step plan for the construction of the furniture, with clear diagrams and simple explanations.