I have a metal bedstead and want to transform it

I need it for the height, but don't like the fact it is double ended and my room is only small. It's black with brass finials. I don't want the feet end to be so tall. Would it be o.k to cut it off and I'd like to know if a slot over padded top end would work?? Please can somebody help? Please help!! Thank you Sue

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  • Ro Pettiner Ro Pettiner on Jan 04, 2018
    Why not just leave off the footboard end? It would certainly make the room less crowded. Just put the mattress on a bedframe and attach that to the headboard only. It sounds like a nice bed and you may later regret having cut the footboard down. Further explain the 'slot over padded top end'.

    • Sue Sue on Jan 05, 2018
      Hi, thank you for replying to my question. To be honest funds are low and was trying the DIY route! I was thinking of boxing in the top end with a wooden MDF/Ply. Then padding and buttoning the MDF/Ply. All of this only because I need the bed to be high. I have to admit I've probably gone down the hard route but desperately need the under bed storage. Kindest regards Sue

  • Ro Pettiner Ro Pettiner on Jan 05, 2018
    Oh, Sue...if I had known. Go to Bed Bath & Beyond and get bedlifters!!! Only about $12 and they lift the bed up just for this purpose! Much easier than remaking your bed, dear. Hope this helps. Ro

  • Sue Sue on Jan 06, 2018
    Hi Ro?!! thank you for answering my question. Sadly I live in the U.K. don't think we have that store although I will look into those 'Bed lifters'. Thanks once again Sue