Antique metal beds – Antique metal beds were often made of brass or iron, making them sturdy and able to last for years. Most metal frame bed consisted of a headboard, footboard a and a pair of bed rails that fit into the board headboard and foot. Metal slats or sources go in between the bed rails to provide mattress support, but they are not always necessary if you use a box spring that fits between the frame rails snug. As long as you have all required pieces, is mounting an antique metal bed simple.
Things you need to put together an antique metal beds frame is hammer. Starting with line headboard against a wall in the area of the room you want to stay in bed. Keep headboard so it stands upright and slip one of the bed rails into the slot at the bottom of the headboard left or right leg. Next, slide rail headboard as far as it goes. Using a hammer to lightly tap the track to make sure it is tight. The rail should not move if it is proper fit. Repeat this process with other bed rail.
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Hold footboard upright and take the other side of the antique metal beds rails into the slots on the bottom legs of the footboard. Slide footboard on rails that go. If the bed has metal slats between the rails, the bed construction completed. And the last, space spring frame on the bed rails, there are no metal slats. Space mattress of sources.