Move the bed and place an area [rug](https://society6com/rugs?utm_source=SFGHG&utm_medium=referral&utm_campaign=8775) that is slightly larger than the dimensions of the bed in its place. Choose a rug with a slightly plush pile to create the most resistance under the bed's feet.
Return the bed to its previous position.
Attach a set of non-skid furniture feet to the bottom of each corner of the bed frame. Furniture feet come in a variety of sizes for different types of furniture and can be purchased at hardware stores, furniture stores and home improvement centers.
Cut four sections of heavy-duty rubberized shelf liner -- it's the thick, squishy stuff, not the thin sheets -- that are slightly larger than the feet or casters on your bed. Slide one section of liner under each foot.
Things You Will Need
- Area rug
- Nonskid furniture feet
- Rubberized shelf liner
- Vacuum under your bed around its feet regularly when using non-skid feet or rubberized cushions. Dust that builds up under or around the fixtures can act as a lubricant for the materials to slide on.