Home » IKEA DIY HACK | Platform Bed IKEA DIY HACK | Platform Bed IKEA DIY HACK | Platform Bed admin | March 27, 2021 March 27, 2021 March 27, 2021 | 43 comments Bedroom Makeover | Transforming IKEA cabinets into a platform bed | A teenager’s heaven! Nguồn: https://gizmondolive.com/ Xem thêm bài viết khác: https://gizmondolive.com/category/phim 43 responses to IKEA DIY HACK | Platform Bed What about the deeper cabinets 💔🤕 Reply So much space under that 😌 you could've just make it like a "Door Floor" so that underneath you could hide things or something.. Reply Lmao you don't gotta spend $800 ,you can just use wooden boxes or wooden platforms and just put the storage at the front so that it is accessible , nice idea but really bad executed Reply So how do you access those hidden cabinets? Reply My bed gonna be 900 bucks but 800 bucks just for a overpriced box of wood? Dude I could build this entire thing for 300 bucks and make it better. Reply DIY floyd that name feels familiar Reply Wowwwwww!!!! 👍🏻👍🏻👍🏻💐💐 Reply How much did it Cost? Reply Could you imagine changing the sheets… A nightmare Reply Can anybody tell me how to change the bedsheet of this stuck in heavy matress? Reply What is this "we" and "I" stuff? No way the narrator is the dude in the video. Reply Love this Reply A better idea would be to build the same frame out of basic lumber on a bunch of 2" swivel wheels (brakes on the corners of each piece). Then cut the plywood and carpet to cover similarly to what he showed on the vid but cut so that you can move every piece out of the way to allow for easy cleaning and aeration. Otherwise that is nothing but a mold incubator and stink bomb experiment. Also, putting that bed next to that huge window with all those neighbors is a noise nightmare unless you have a sliding panel system with 1 pound mass loaded vinyl to block it when the noise is high outside. Reply This some real IKEA B S ad. Not only are you wasting the use of cabinets but making that bed is a nightmare not to mention the odor and mold that will accumulate under it since sweat travels down by gravity over time and he's created an ideal mold culturing incubator under there. Reply Those windows better be sealed proper .During winter the cold draft of air can be a problem . Reply It must really suck to change the sheets on that bed you can't get to any of the sides Reply great inspiration, but bad planning I think 😅 Reply In Modern Living Rooms Everyone Using "SoundProof Curtains" That Stops Outside Noise by 80% (25 Db) Tested. Check Here: https://livesoundproof.com/best-soundproof-curtains/ Reply LOOKS GREAT…BUT !!!THEIRNEEDS TO BE MORE STEPSAT LEAST 2THESINGLE STEP YOU HAVE👎 NOW…ONLY ALLOWS HER TO TAKE ONE STEP THEN SHES FORCED TO GO TO HER KNEES TO MOVE AROUND….I don't know any normal size girl…. that can take that high of a step and still be standing Reply Switzerland ❤️❤️ Reply in total how much did this project cost? Reply Awesomehttps://youtu.be/DHyjNkLps5M Reply "Less than 800 dollars" …okay I guess I will stop paying bills and just get this project going. 👌 Reply Ok the idea is really cool, but just the thought of having to change sheets on such a snug fitted bed gives me a few nightmares Reply this is adopt me but in real life. Reply how do you change the fitted sheet tho Reply my room is small Reply This is a design and money disaster Reply It is going to be a nightmare to change bed sheets Reply I lay a mattress on floor and sleep. Inexpensive and comfortable Reply 800$ r u kidding me🤨🤨🤨🤨 Reply How much does this even cost??? Reply Get 3 Kallax/expedit shelfs for half the price and dont waste storage place which is not accessable. Reply I love this. I dont know why everyones complaining. Its called diy yourself for a reason if u dont like his method then make it your way and utilize the cabinets. But dont knock the outcome cuz it is an awesome bed. Reply Good design. Love it Reply 800 usd? pricey….. good idea but steep price Reply Mostly cool, but just imagine everytime you have to change sheets on your matress 😬Already hard enough to get people to make their beds. Reply You bought a bunch of pieces and covered them up…. Reply Why the hell are you so slow speed up Reply this guy spent too much money on this Reply no Reply It's a fantastic idea, but it bothers me that there is lost space underneath, I already have a double ottoman style bed so that gives me ideas to include that storage in, teens are keeping lot's of junk these days, not to mention refusal to throw out much loved old toys from younger days.. thanks for sharing such a neat idea, I wish we could do this but out windows open the wrong way and the room is on the 3rd floor of the house, but if we had a different type of window I would totally try this..but there would have to be a way to get all that storage underneath. I have seen pull out boxes on rollers in compact homes in searched on youtube.. Reply 2:52 😅🤣🤣If u noticed Sorry for that, don't take it seriously Reply Comments Cancel replyYour email address will not be published. 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