Queen platform bed frame with storage grants immediate access, and the other with a sealable pool for seasonal effects. Set a 60-inch beam and a 77-inch beam in an L-shape, with the end of the 77-inch beam, which lies against the inside of the 60-inch beam. Fasten with two 4-inch wood screws, driven through the face of the shorter beam and into the end of its life.
Set the other 60-inch beam at the free end of the 77-inch beam, which forms a C-shape. Fasten with two 4-inch wood screws, just as if you did with the first corner queen platform bed frame with storage. Slide the remaining 77-inch beam inside the C-shape. Place it so that it is parallel to the first beam, with its inner edge 30 inches from the outer edge of the first beam. Attach both ends by two 4-inch wood screw, driven in as before.
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Place the 25-inch beam with its end-to-center 77-inch beam. Attach the 77-inch beam with two 4-inch wood screws. Place a sheet of plywood over the open-faced side of the bed frame. Fasten with 2-inch wood screws: one at each corner and two more evenly distributed along the middle section. Set other sheet of plywood over the uncovered side of the bed frame. Sand the exposed faces of queen platform bed frame with storage, then put your queen mattress.