|Project by Matt Cremona||posted 07-06-2015 11:57 PM||7476 views||20 times favorited||33 comments|
This was my first time doing serious angled work. All the joinery between all the frame parts are mortise and tenon. On the side assemblies, the “legs” are splayed out at 10.5 degrees. The spindles are 1/2” and are angled at 6.5 degrees. Because the legs splay out, the top connecting rail is a parallelogram. All of the frame pieces came out of one 16/4 slab and the panels came from one wide board. I rough turned all the spindles on the lathe and then forced them through a dowel plate to get them to a consistent thickness.
Walnut for the frame, spindles, and panels. Black ash for the mattress support
Mortise and tenon (angled tenons) for all frame pieces.
Panels are floating in grooves inside the frame.
Mattress support boards are shiplapped.
-- Matt Cremona | Minneapolis, MN | http://mattcremona.com