Reddit user makes bed frame using 7 sheets of plywood

Find out how 

Reddit is minefield of DIY projects.

Earlier this month, one user raised the bar when it comes to turning trash into treasure, creating a couch out of an old mattress.

Now, Chris Salamone of FourEyes Furniture and Johnny Brooke of Crafted Workshop have taken to the social media platform to show fans how they made a bed frame out of 7 pieces of plywood.

DIY plywood bed
(Credit: Chris Salomone/YouTube)

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“7 sheets of plywood, 66 pieces, 660 exposed plys, I built a DIY modern plywood Platform bed,” they wrote.

The process involves cutting the plywood down into various sized strips and stacking them together to form the frame.

Watch the video below for a look at how it’s done. And even if you aren’t planning on attempting this anytime soon, the footage is surprisingly relaxing. 

Want to make this for yourself? Head over to Crafted Workshop for instructions.

This article originally appeared on Better Homes and Gardens.

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