Don’t you just love lazing around on a comfortable sofa? More so after a tiring day at work. With a good book in hand, I have fallen asleep on my sofa many, many times. My husband used to joke that I should just turn it into a bed. So I thought, why not?
If you have a nook or an empty space that’s screaming for something, this project is perfect.
This sofa/futon/bed frame combination is actually a good idea. It’s tri-fold so it doesn’t take up too much space when not in use. And if you’re anything like me, I love a good project that allows me to save money. For this one, the savings was a little over $100.
- 12 pcs 1200mm x 95mm wooden planks (20mm thickness)
- 2 pcs 770mm x 70 mm wooden planks (20mm thickness)
- 2 pcs 700mm x 70 mm wooden planks (20mm thickness)
- 2 pcs 690mm x 70 mm wooden planks (20mm thickness)
- stain, oil or wax
- 46 pcs 40mm screws (4mm head)
- 4 pcs 6mm bolts (6mm is the diameter: length needs to be no less than 45mm, 50mm is ideal)
- 4 pcs 6mm wingnuts (or regular nuts))
- Ruler (graduated in millimetres)
- Set Square (or similar)
- Electric Screwdriver/Drill
- 2.5mm drill bit
- 6.5mm drill bit
- Manual Screwdriver
- Medium Grade Sandpaper
- Rasp or planer
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Thanks to All About Quilts for this great project. You can get step-by-step instructions here…