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Box Frame Bed

Select Your Bed Height & Support Spine Size
Headboard Brackets
Color
Regular price
$306.95
Regular price
$352.99
Sale price
$306.95
each

What you need to know

Box Frame Bed V2

Our Steel. Your Wood Work.  Uniquely yours.  See build plans for details.

New Features include:

  • New Lighter Design
  • Cork Floor protection
  • Center support spine with support bracket
  • Either vertical or angled brackets

**Wood not included


A Bed For Your Changing Life

Life changes, as if we needed a reminder. Whether it's kids getting bigger or moving to a bigger / smaller space, your furniture needs flexibility and durability. 

Our Box Frame Bed brackets are ready for all the sizes, and all the moves. 

  • 12" provides for 6" of clearance
  • 15" provides for 9" of clearance
  • 18" provides for 12" of clearance

Do all the cutting and making yourself, or take our cut list to your local home improvement shop. Make in under two hours. It’s that easy.

Build Instructions

  




Build Instructions & Cut Lists


Spine build animation:  

https://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/0379/0114/0100/files/spinevid.mp4?v=1647022637

You can build your bed with just a few simple tools, one sheet of plywood, and a few standard pieces of lumber.

BUILD RESOURCES

Create a strong, sturdy bed frame with our solid steel brackets.

  • Cut wood to size, or purchase pre-cut (see cut list above). Sand lightly and remove dust. Apply finish, if desired, and let dry.
  • Set the four Box Frame Bed Brackets out, and begin by assembling the frame. Insert the two longer lengths (sides) into the brackets first, flush against the bracket corners. Then add the shorter head and foot pieces between the two side pieces, and secure with screws.
  • Add 2x4 rails to support the slats. Place rails on the inside of the brackets, flush with the bottom of the frame, and attach to the frame with screws.
  • attach center support spine to 2x4 rails at head and foot.
  • Lay the slats across the rails, starting with the head and foot ends, so the first and last slats overlap the rails. Space the remaining slats evenly, and secure the slats to the rails with a screw at each end.
  • Slot in the assembled headboard bracket, slide the headboard in, and hand tighten the knob.
  • Add your mattress on top of the slats, and enjoy your new bed!

 

Shipping & Returns

All items are able to be returned within 30 days from your order as long as they are in new condition. We also accept returns for workmanship defects within the lifetime of the product. Learn about our warranty here.

USA Customers

Any item can be returned in new/unused condition and in original packaging. Returns are accepted within 14 days of delivery 

  • Returns requested within 14 days of the delivery date and in original packaging, that are unused, will be accepted.
  • Our original shipping and delivery fees are not refundable.
  • Returned goods have a 30% restocking fee.
  • There is a flat rate $35 return label cost for orders of $250 or less, for orders of $250 or more the return shipping will be at cost. If you’d like to use your own label feel free to do so and see below for shipping instructions.
International Customers

Unfortunately, we are not able to accept returns at this time for international orders.

Defective/Damaged Orders:
Damage happens, and we will make it right! If your order arrives damaged or defective just  let us know within 14 days of delivery. Email photos of the damage along with the packing slip to makewith@semiexact.com. 

Policy On Changing, Modifying or Canceling A Current Order:

If you have an order with us and would like to make a change or cancel, we’d love to accommodate. We highly encourage you to reach out as soon as possible. Your order is custom and we want to make it perfect for you!

With a custom piece, once we start on it, it can only be made in your specific dimensions. To modify or cancel an order already in production creates waste in material and labor. We know talking about fees is no fun, yet it is a reality and changes mid production incur real costs. We have kept these fees low and kept them in line with reflecting the efforts of our team's professional work.

Here are the windows within which we accept changes/modifications and any fees associated.

(Change/modification fees must be paid over the phone at the same time as requested. Fees will be deducted from the subtotal and all shipping costs will be fully refunded if canceled.)

Hairpin Legs/ Hairpin shelf & desk brackets, floating shelf brackets, bent flat bar brackets with and without lip:
• 24 hours, free of charge.
• Changes after 24 hours will have a change/ cancelation fee of 25%

Flat Bar, Tube Steel, Spider Legs, Platform Bed, Box Bed:
• 48 hours, free of charge.
• Changes after 48 hours will have a change/ cancelation fee of 25%

Beds are currently shipping approximately 14 business days after order is placed.

Beautiful Colors.

We've scoured the land and have come up with beautiful colors for your enjoyment. Introducing: Buttercream, Casual Turtle, Moondust, and Glacier White. All available now for the DIY Box Frame Bed kit.

What Others Are Building

The Semi Exact Difference

Your Ideas
You sketch it out. We help make it a reality with custom sizes and colors.
Our Inspiration
We focus on ready to make furniture that is easy and enjoyable to build.
Precise Manufacturing
We manufacture in the USA with precision equipment and a team that cares.
Shipped to You
We make every order to your custom specifications and ship to your door.
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Precision Manufacturing.

Have you ever tried to make a wooden chair or a table? What's hard is getting the pieces to stay together under a load. You either need to have some really hard wood and strong joinery skills, or you need to beef up the lumber and use lots and lots of screws and glue to Frankenstein it all together. (See everyone’s first woodworking project :)

But what if we made the metal do the heavy lifting and you focused on the clean lines, the lumber species, the grain pattern? Instead of dropping a few hundred on new tools, what if you designed within the constraints most of us have, a small saw and a drill, or a way to get to Home Depot with a cut list?

That's how we approach our metal product designs. We make, so you can make it.

Most of us don't have time to learn how to make a castle joint from walnut that might end up as a $600 mistake. But we can take some walnut or birch plywood and make some pretty amazing beds with a little help from these Box Frame Bed metal corner legs.

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