Bed | Frame |Bunk Bed | Rail | Hardware | Fastener
Now you can build your own standard bed frames and bunk beds using these quick set up rail fasteners.
For those who enjoy wood working projects and thinking of making their own bedroom set or making a set of bunk beds for the grand kids, these hard to find bed frame hardware fasteners may make the job much simpler.
These heavy metal hardware fasteners are used to build any size standard bed and or bunk beds.
The metal cleat attaches to the bed rail at each end to quickly fit in and lock down into the head and foot board.
Overall measurement is 4-1/2” long X 1-1/8” wide. The female end has radius edges to install using a 1-1/8" Forstner bit on each end and then a wood chisel to make the mortise. A router jig set up can also be used.
Once assemble the bed rails forms a tight furniture grade looking wood joint from the outside.
The female end is mortised fitted ½” deep into the head or foot board post, the rail side surface mounts to the inside of the rail.
Sold in sets 2ea right and 2ea left will make a standard bed, two sets will make a bunk bed.
They can also be used on futons, sofa beds, and cribs.
These bed rail fasteners are USA made in an Amish shop and used widely in Amish shops in making hand crafted bedroom furniture.
Aluminum cast metal fasteners are replaced free if they break under normal conditions.
Heavy duty fasteners can also be used to hang shelves, cabinets and racks. The female end can be recessed into ½” drywall and mounted directly to a stud.
The male cleat can be mounted on the inside of the cabinet , rack, or rail to allow the item to hang tight up against the wall.
You can purchase these bed rail fasteners at Cottage Craft Works .com
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