4 -2x4 @ 10" (legs)
1- 3/4" thick plywood cut to your dimensions (mine was 24" x 33" so all wood is based on these dimensions)
4- 1"x3"x 6'
1- 1" x 2" x 10'
paint of your choice
sandpaper or sander
Each leg had a dado to fit the baseboard flush and then each leg was painted prior to the addition of the base.
If you do not have a router but still want the look above, cut the notches the same depth as your legs and then glue and screw them on. You will definitely need the forward and back bracings to stabilize the legs.
Each leg was glued on and two wood screws were used per leg.
Bracing across the front and back was glued and screwed on also through the legs (bottom arrow, where picture is showing underside of the dog bed)
Side slates were cut to appropriate size for each side and then painted. I used a miter saw to angle cut all the corners. You don't have to and can straight cut them. I ran short in two placed and angle cut the boards to fit together. I then glued and used the nail gun to keep them together.
Slates were glued at the legs and anchored using the nail gun, fill in nail holes with wood filler, wipe off excess and let dry.
One last coat of white paint and done
Thanks for reading and remember,
it's the one you have!