Padded platform bed frame – Starting with lay two pieces of chipboard from side to side on a flat surface. Place four metal brackets along the pieces, evenly spaced each bracket. Attach the brackets so that the metal rests evenly across the joints. Screw the 1/2-inch screws through the holes in each bracket. The two pieces serve as a base for your mattress. Create a box shape by arranging two 77-inch-long boards with two 68-inch boards. Hold the corner where two of the boards meet and screw a 1 1/2 inch wood screw through both pieces.
Use four screws spaced along the boards for maximum stability. Work your way around the box, place four screws in each corner. Cover the heads of the screws with a small amount of wood filler. Then, cover a part of the structure with a thin layer of wood glue. Unwrap the quilt batting and press against the wood. Trim the excess batting. Roll batting and wood fabric with upholstery fabric. Fix the fabric to the wood with a staple gun. Repeat the process on each side of the padded platform bed frame. Next, set the piece agglomerate down so that the face of the metal bracket is facing up.
Place the wooden frame you just made on the top. Install a metal L bracket on each side of the bed. Securing the frame structure to the top of the chipboard. Wood screws through supports and on wood. Rotate the bed more so that the flat side of the boards faces upwards. Attach the remaining four planks to the top of the particles. Arrange the pieces so they fit together on the surface. Screw Wood screws through wood, spacing screws every 2 to 3 inches and coating with wood putty. Padded platform bed frame was done.