- June 10, 2015
Buying a brand new headboard can be quite expensive! Instead of forking over the big bucks, check out these unique DIY headboard ideas. They will give you the inspiration to start crafting this weekend and makeover your own bedroom!
Shutters can be found at most flea markets or thrift stores these days. With some cleaning, painting and finishing this DIY Vintage Shutter Headboard can be yours in no time! *Dog not included*
Lately, marble paper is all the rage at craft stores and this DIY Headboard Tutorial utilizes it in a very elegant way! With just a few supplies, you can really dress up your bedroom with this triptych marble design.
Apartment Therapy is at it again with this DIY Tufted Headboard. We’ve always seen those expensive tufted headboards in magazines and now you can make it come to life with this easy to follow tutorial. Again…*dog not included*
A woven headboard will add the perfect rustic touch to any bedroom! If turquoise isn’t your color, paint this DIY Woven Headboard any color that works in your room. We are quite partial to a deep bohemian purple ourselves.
If you’re looking for a quick easy headboard project, why not try out our Elinor Headboard Wall Decal! This beautiful decal looks even better than the real thing and is only a fraction of the price. It’s available in different bed sizes and colors. Now the tough decision is what color works best in your bedroom.
A great way to add a breezy feel to a bedroom is to hang a curtain rod and curtains behind your bed. This bedroom has such a ‘light’ feel to it and the curtains definitely help with that feeling. You can either add the shutters or just have the curtains by themselves. Either way, it makes a bedroom feel very fresh and airy.
A cottage bedroom isn’t complete with a handmade wooden headboard! This crafter created such a unique headboard with wood, wicker and wood glue! I had no idea you could manipulate wickers so easily. This is definitely a project that I’d love to try.
Who would have thought that ceiling tiles could be used for a headboard! This project used Styrofoam ceiling tiles, spray paint and adhesive squares to make this unique headboard. With using such inexpensive supplies, you can always switch out the design whenever you want to change things up!
We hope that these DIY Headboard projects have inspired you to think twice about buying a brand new one. Sometimes when you create something on your own, it makes it even more special to you. Now it’s time to go to the craft and hardware store and start crafting! Happy Hump Day!