Build Your Own Pipe Bed Frame

Looking to add an industrial edge to your bedroom? This DIY bed frame project, originally spotted on Simplified Building, uses Kee Klamp pipe fittings and pipe. This simple combination delivers a clean look bed frameóbest of all, it shouldn’t cost you more than $300.

To see the full tutorial, go to Simplified Building. For more inspiration, see below.

Above: Sally and Mark Bailey of Bailey’s Home & Garden in the UK use a galvanized pipe bed frame in their bedroom.

Above: The Kee Klamp fittings are available in galvanized steel or aluminum.


Above: An aluminum bed frame with linen bedding. Photo from Manhattan Clean Line.

Explore more ways to create new items for your home in Remodelista‘s DIY section.


Joel Romp
Joel R.3 years ago


Care member
Care member3 years ago

Thank you

Natasha Salgado
natasha salgado3 years ago

Very cool and funky idea,thanks. I love the rustic look.

Tim C.
Tim C.3 years ago


James Keyes
James Keyes3 years ago

The problem with the pictured bed design is that they didn't add a bar at mid mattress level to keep the mattress from sliding out the ends of the frame. Also, putting cross bars every 8" or so would dress up the headboard instead of just having the main frame that looks a little too "industrial" and gives you nothing to prop a pillow against if you want to sit up in bed.

Sarah Powers
Sarah P.3 years ago

I love that this idea allows for a lot of customization options. Thanks!

Tammy Taylor
Tammy Taylor3 years ago

This is for kinky pleasure lol!

Tammy Taylor
Tammy Taylor3 years ago

thanks but, I love my 4 poster canopy bed

Winn Adams
Winn Adams3 years ago


Laura M.
Past Member 3 years ago