Looking to build your own DIY bed frame but need a little inspiration first?
No problem. We've got you covered.
In this article, you will find 47 different bed frame ideas that are built with pipe. More specifically, every idea in this post uses Kee Klamp fittings and pipe. Using Kee Klamp allows you to create your own custom bed frame without the hassle of traditional threaded pipe. Plus, since there are so many different fittings, there is a lot more room for creativity.
So browse the list below and find your perfect fit. If you see something you like, but aren't quite sure how or what you'll need to build it, feel free to reach out to our projects team for free design assistance.
Looking for industrial pipe desk plans to build your own desk?
Then, we've got you covered.
In this article, we're going to cover this fantastic industrial desk built by photographer, Donna in McDonough, Georgia. We're going to cover the details of Donna's project, the components needed to build the desk, and provide you with detailed plans for building your own.
So let's get to it:
Check out this modern coat rack, with floating shelves, that Dan from Grand Rapids, Michigan built for the entryway in his home. The coat rack frame is built entirely using Kee Klamp fittings and pipe which is then mounted to the ground and wall. In this article, we're going to cover the details of Dan's coat rack, the fittings you'll need, and how to build your own.
Are you interested in building your own plywood desk?
This article will show you how you can easily build your own desk, even if you don't have any building experience, or don't own any power tools.
All you need is a sheet of plywood, a few Kee Klamp fittings, some pipe, and an Allen Wrench to assemble the frame, in order to build this desk.
Follow along, as we cover this fantastic desk built by Paul, the fittings you'll need for the desk frame, and the steps to assemble it:
When the Furkids adoption center in Atlanta, GA needed adjustable shelving, for a new program for rehabilitating cats, they came to Simplified Building to help them come up with a design to fit their needs. The result, are the shelving units you see here today. The units are anchored to the wall, and the shelves themselves, can be adjusted in height. The shelving units can even be added onto, in the future, if need be.
In this article, we'll cover their project, any unique details, and even show you how you can build your own shelving units just like them. Follow along: