Build, DIY, Furniture How To Make A Diamond Tufted Headboard. Diamond tufted headboards are stunning, but so prohibitively expensive that I wasn’t sure I would ever gain one for my home.Years later with my money still in my pocket, and much new DIY experience under my belt, I’m happy to say that I actually MADE that headboard of my dreams and I’ll be sharing all the details to help you See it. Want it. Buy it Make it. This is something that we at PEC we are quite fond of. A few years back, Kristin made her own headboard and did an amazing job (home tour here). She is mighty inspiring when it comes to taking on big projects so when I mentioned I wanted to make my own headboard With a simple flick of the wrist, you can remove the backing paper for the sticky sticker strips on the back of each Stikwood plank. Stagger your boards for a realistic look, butt the edges up against each other, and press down. Whether it’s Valentine’s Day or the middle of the year, adding a little romance to your bedroom is something that is worth doing all year round. One easy project that will add ambiance is to make your own upholstered headboard. A Headboard for a Minimalist Décor. For example, if your desire is to create a contemporary bedroom in the minimalist style, then incorporate a platform bed on top of a dark wood base. How to make a bed headboard using old doors. I used bifold doors, but you can use any size door. I found these doors at ReStore for a few dollars a piece. Step-by-step photo tutorial shows you how you can make your own. .
Hello all! I’m so excited to share more about how I made the new headboard in our bedroom. I shared more about the start to this room redo, the new bed and the headboard earlier this week. I’ve made my own headboards (and for friends!) for years – even before blogging. The new apartment was still feeling a little empty and un-lived in so Simon and I set about on this fun little project! It took as about 4 days to put it all together but most that time was spent sourcing the materials so if you were smart about it (and know where to get things – unlike us) then you could do it in a day easy. A queen-size bed frame can easily set you back $2,000. A salvaged door? This one cost about $25. Of course, turning it into a headboard did require some work: sawing the door down to size, adding chair-rail molding to the top, brushing on a few coats of paint. And just in time for the weekend.. the long awaited pallet headboard! I’m excited to (finally) share this project! It’s the biggest project I’ve shared to date. .