How to hide an adjustable twin bed metal frame
MN Mom on May 08, 2016Mindy you could still use a bed skirt if you simply fold up the section designed to cover the foot of the bed. Place the skirt on the box spring and tuck the end portion so it doesn't lump over that metal piece or even cut it off. At least you would be hiding the side edges of the frame. You can drape a throw or little lap quilt over that piece on the end and treat it as a footboard.Helpful Reply
Janet Pizaro on May 08, 2016Maybe tuck a pretty quilt over the metal frame.Helpful Reply
Mary A Ballerin on May 08, 2016Buy Zinus adjustable legs (amazon) that attach to the wood on the box spring, eliminating the need for the metal frame - those things are shin killers!Helpful Reply
Irene O'Bryan on May 08, 2016Cut foam installation or heavy cardboard the size you need to cover the area you wish to "hide". Buy fabric long enough to cover the installation or cardboard. Add 1.5 inches all the way around. Begin stapling in the middle of one of the long sides. Reach across to the opposite side and pull tight. Keep working your way across. Be sure the fabric is smooth on the other side. Do both long sides first. Make an angled corner with the short ends. You can Velcro your new "dust ruffle" to the bed frame. The hardest part of this project is cutting the foam installation.Helpful Reply
Mindy DuFlunker on May 09, 2016What wonderful ideas. I will take a before and after pictures. Thank you so much.Helpful Reply
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