Your bedroom should be your safe haven – a place for you to relax, unwind and get a great night’s sleep. Sometimes that means a new mattress and sometimes, it just comes down to having a great headboard. These are DIY Headboards You Can Make by Bedtime.
Instead of heading out to the furniture store to buy a new headboard, you can make one yourself. We’ve got a great collection of 40 DIY headboards and some of them are so easy that you can have them finished by bedtime.
The best part is that most of these are really inexpensive and some can be made from things that you have just lying around the house. DIY Headboards You Can Make by Bedtime
Imagine a great new bedroom after just a couple of hours and with no money out of pocket! Actually, don’t just imagine it. Look through our great collection and make one of these headboards for yourself. We’ve got something in here for everyone and even a few for the kids. Get ready for the dreamiest of all bedrooms when you make these DIY headboards. Dreamy DIY Headboards You Can Make by Bedtime
Here Are 40 Dreamy DIY Headboards You Can Make by Bedtime:
Ikea Hack DIY Stikwood Headboard
Don’t you just love Ikea hacks? This great headboard uses Stikwood which is actually reclaimed wood that’s already got adhesive on the back so you can put this headboard together in no time. It’s got a great reclaimed wood look but you don’t need drywall screws because the wood itself is sticky. You just have to choose the size of your wood strips and then apply them to a bedframe or even a sheet of plywood if you want. You end up with a beautiful headboard that costs so much less to make than people will think and it takes just a couple of hours from start to finish.
DIY Instructions and Project Credit – Sugarandcloth
Upholstering is actually not as difficult as it sounds. If you want to try it out for yourself, make this gorgeous headboard. Not only is it easy to make, you can create a beautiful design that will instantly change the entire look and feel of your bedroom. Higher headboards are very elegant and if that’s the look that you want to recreate, try cutting your plywood a bit higher than your current headboard and give it a little design. Then just cover in batting and fabric and tack it down. Once you finish this project, you may just be confident enough to tackle those chairs that need reupholstered.
DIY Instructions and Project Credit – Huntedinterior