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I need help in the Bedroom

Discussion in 'Channel Zero' started by --zeSto--, May 9, 2002.

  1. --zeSto--

    --zeSto-- Guest

    so I'm moving to a new place,
    and I have to 'jack-up' my bed for storage.
    I want at least a foot under the boxspring.

    What should I do?

    I'm not into the cinder block solution,
    but I'd rather not buy a new bed frame.
     
  2. -Rage-

    -Rage- 12oz Loyalist

    Joined: Apr 12, 2001 Messages: 10,006 Likes Received: 27
    Cinder blocks....less than a dollar each at Home Depo. Your cheapest solution. Deal with it.
     
  3. Abracadabra

    Abracadabra Dirty Dozen Crew

    Joined: Dec 28, 2001 Messages: 22,906 Likes Received: 113
    cut a hole in the floor. fashion some leg extensions out if chopsticks. pay midgets to hold the bed up for you. these and many more alternatives courtesy of Mr. ABC solutions inc.
     
  4. Ken E. Bus

    Ken E. Bus Member

    Joined: May 7, 2002 Messages: 311 Likes Received: 0
    Under bed storage – Measure the height from the floor to the bottom of your bedframe, and look for any obstructions on the bedframe that you'll need to work around. See if any of the plastic storage boxes in your local discount store will fit into this space. If not, try raising your bed with home center plumbing parts (a threaded base piece to sit on the floor and short threaded pipes that will hold the caster pin on the bed frame), or with a ready-made product such as BedRizer.

    From some home decorating web site.
     
  5. nomadawhat

    nomadawhat Veteran Member

    Joined: Aug 24, 2001 Messages: 5,001 Likes Received: 2
    go to bed bath and beyond, i just saw some bed jacker uppers there, cheap too
     
  6. --zeSto--

    --zeSto-- Guest

    thanks guys... BedRiser it is!
     
  7. -Rage-

    -Rage- 12oz Loyalist

    Joined: Apr 12, 2001 Messages: 10,006 Likes Received: 27
    :rolleyes:


    *ahem*

    Bed Elevators®
    14.99 for a set of four

    Give your bed a lift with these practical bed elevators. Available in sets of four, they'll raise your bed by 5 1/2". Simply attach to bottom of bed posts and you'll instantly have more storage under your bed. The opening on the top of each bed elevator is 3" W.


    15 bucks to lift your bed 5 inches?!! HA! Home Depot...cinder blocks...no more than 75 cents each for 6 x 11.

    But hey, it's your money.
     
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