Assembly Instructions

SLF_Assembly Instructions – Adirondack

SLF_Assembly Instructions – Twin Bunk Bed over Full Futon

SLF_Assembly Instructions – Twin-Full Bunk Bed-All Collections

SLF_Assembly Instructions – Twin-Twin Bunk Bed-All Collections

SLF_Assembly Instructions for Traditional Spindle Bed-Homestead Collection

SLF_Assembly Instructions for Traditional Spindle Bed-Casacade & Glacier

SLF_Assembly Instructions for Headboard Only

SLF_Assembly Instructions-4 Post Tables-All Collections

SLF_Assembly Instructions-Bar and Deluxe Bar-All Collections

SLF_Assembly Instructions-Child’s Rocker-All Collections

SLF_Assembly Instructions-Child’s Table-All Collections

SLF_Assembly Instructions-Coffee Table and Cocktail Table with Shelf-All Collections

SLF_Assembly Instructions-Day Bed w Trundle-All Collections

SLF_Assembly Instructions-Day Bed-All Collections

SLF_Assembly Instructions-Deck Bench and Deck Chair-All Collections

SLF_Assembly Instructions-Double Pedestal Table-All Collections

SLF_Assembly Instructions-Futon – All Collections

SLF_Assembly Instructions-Glider and Single Seat Glider-All Collections

SLF_Assembly Instructions-Lawn Swing-All Collections

SLF_Assembly Instructions-Log Rocker-All Collections

SLF_Assembly Instructions-Office Chair-All Collections

SLF_Assembly Instructions-Patio Table-All Collections

SLF_Assembly Instructions-Pet Bed-Large and Small-All Collections

SLF_Assembly Instructions-Platform Beds-All Collections

SLF_Assembly Instructions-Platform Storage Beds-All Collections

SLF_Assembly Instructions-Porch Swing-All Collections

SLF_Assembly Instructions-Pub Table-All Collections

SLF_Assembly Instructions-Single Pedestal Table-All Collections

SLF_Assembly Instructions-Traditional Spindle Storage Beds-All Collections

SLF_Assembly Instructions-Trestle Table-All Collections

SLF_Assembly Instructions-Writing Desk-All Collections

Headboards Only:
(Available in Pine)

The headboards are designed to be used with your existing metal Hollywood bed frame.  To secure your frame to the headboard, simply drill pilot holes into the headboard. With your frame up against the headboard, drive the screws through the frame into the headboard.  We recommend using a washer per screw to achieve a more secure fit between your frame and headboard.  For your convenience, we include four sets of screws and washers with every headboard we sell.

Complete Beds – Single Rail (RM):
(Available in Pine– Only a few left of this style)

The pine complete beds are available in a single-rail bed frame.  They are a little wider than the traditional bed frames, as the box spring and mattress sits inside the single rails (versus on top of the rails).  The side mattress rails are used to hold the box spring and mattress.  These side mattress rails have nine holes in them to receive the nine round pine pole mattress supports.

For assembly, place the nine round mattress supports in their appropriate holes in the side mattress rails. When all of the round pine pole mattress supports are inserted into the side rails, the unit will look like a ladder.  Pick up the entire unit and place the side rails into the two large holes in the headboard.  Next, marry the footboard up to the side rails.  We also recommend using a rubber mallet to get the rails as far into the headboard and footboard as possible.  Visually make sure the bed frame looks square.  When these steps are complete, tighten all the bolts with a hand-held ratchet with a 9/16″ deep-socket or impact wrench (washers are also included).

 

Complete Beds – Double Rail (RM):
(Available in Aspen or Pine – Only a few left of this style)

The aspen complete beds feature a double-rail bed frame.  They are a little wider than the traditional bed frames, as the box spring sits inside the double rails.  The lower of the two side mattress rails are used to hold the box spring and mattress, and the upper rails are used to stabilize the entire bed unit as well as enhance the look of the bed.  These lower side mattress rails have four holes in them to receive the four round pine pole mattress supports.

For assembly, place the four round mattress supports in their appropriate holes in the side mattress rails (when necessary, due to their character, some of the aspen beds rails and supports are numbered for identification). When all of the round pine pole mattress supports are inserted into the side rails, the unit will look like a ladder.  Pick up the entire unit and place the side rails into the lower holes in the headboard.  Next, we recommend placing the upper rails in the upper holes in the headboard.  Marry up the footboard to all four mattress rails.  We also recommend using a rubber mallet to get the rails as far into the headboard and footboard as possible.  Visually make sure the bed frame looks square.  When these steps are complete, tighten all the bolts with a hand-held ratchet with a 9/16″ deep-socket or impact wrench (washers are also included).

Please note:  when assembling the aspen beds, we recommend using a hand-held ratchet vs. an impact wrench as you can strip the bolt holes if you are too aggressive with the impact wrench, as the aspen is a softer wood.

Bunk Beds:
(Available in Twin/Twin Pine (RM) Only- 1 left of its kind!)

The bunk beds are assembled similarly to the pine complete beds.  There are a total of eight rails.  Four rails are used as the mattress supports and four are used as the safety top rails. There are eighteen round pine pole mattress supports for each bunk bed (nine for each mattress level).  Each mattress is placed directly on its own custom-sized Oriented Strand Board (OSB), plywood platform, or bunkie board.  These are used as the plank supports for your mattresses.  We do not supply either style, but you can make your own OSB or plywood platform, or purchase a bunkie board at a mattress store. You will need two of each per bunk bed.

For assembly, place the nine round mattress supports in their appropriate holes in the side mattress rails. When all of the round pine pole mattress supports are inserted into the side rails, the unit will look like a ladder.  Pick up the entire unit and place the side rails into the lower holes of one side of the bunk bed.  It may be easier to temporarily strap, bungee, or tape the mattress ladder together to prevent the ladder from coming apart during assembly.  Repeat this for the second level.  When both mattress rail sets are inserted in one side of the bunk bed, carefully marry up the other side of the bunk bunk to the rails.  Insert all four safety rails into one side of the bunk bed in a similar manner that you did the mattress ladder.  Carefully marry the four safety rails into the other end of the bunk bed starting with the lower set first.  Once you have all eight rails safely in both sides of the bunk bed, we also recommend using a rubber mallet to get the rails as far into both ends of the bunk boards as possible.  Visually make sure the bunk bed frame looks square.  When these steps are complete, tighten all the bolts with a hand-held ratchet with a 9/16″ deep-socket or impact wrench (washers are also included). The upper safety rails don’t have lag bolts.  If you used a strap, bungee or tape to temporary hold the mattress ladder together, you may remove them at this time.