How to Build a Four Poster Bed?

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Four posters beds are in style, but are expensive. It's a fairly easy project to make at home if you're a little handy. You'll need 3/4 inch plywood, an electric sander and of course, the 4x4 posts. They can be as high as you want them, but usually 6 feet is a about right. You can find more information here: www.ehow.com
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A four poster bed is both elegant and surprisingly easy to build. You'll need a lathe duplicator, electric drill and several other supplies for this project. You can find out more information here: www.ehow.com
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