Do you want to have queen canopy bed frame? Wooden canopy bed is the epitome of elegant bedroom furniture, but it can be quite expensive to buy and most people would not even dream of trying to build one. Happily, a DIY canopy bed frame is not so complex to do. Especially if you peel back the design for a country style bed. With solid construction and simple lines. Stand two planks of 77 inches 1-by-6 wood and 1-inch edge, 40 inches apart. Mount two 40-inch 1-by-6 wooden planks between the ends of the 77-inch planks, which make a rectangular frame. The 77-inch planks are the side rails of the bed’s base. And the 40-inch planks are the head and foot of the base of the bed, which is double sized.
Glue the side rails and head boards and feet together and put in corner clamps for the glue to dry. Fix the base of the bed, along with four 1 3/4 inch screws driven evenly across the side of the rails at the ends of the head and foot boards.
Measure 3 inches down from the top of the side rails and position a 75-inch board of 1-by-2 wood along each side rail. These are the support boards for the slats of the bed. Secure the support plates to the side rails with 1 3/4 inch screws driven every 8 to 10 inches along the length of the support beam.