The bedroom is the most personal and intimate place in your house. It is the room where you’re supposed to feel most comfortable and at ease, where you can rest and relax. To achieve that in a room, you decorate it, but you must be very careful not to create a clutter, which no one wants. A nice way to fill the empty space in a bedroom is with headboards. They primarily served as isolation from the cold, but today they can truly give a new look to the room without taking up any space at all. So, instead of spending a fortune on a new bed with a headboard, make only the headboard, and to choose the right one, take a look at our top 10 headboard DIY projects.
Headboard With Hidden Storage
Looking for an extra storage space in your bedroom an you happen to have a cove wide enough for your bed? Solve your storage and aesthetic problems in one go by making your headboard double as a sliding door to your hidden storage area.
Rope Design Bedhead
You like the idea and overall look of a headboard, but you are afraid that it will make your bedroom look smaller. Then you will love this headboard idea. You get to have the headboard, but the empty space gives a lighter feel to the overall look.
Headboard From A Closet Door
If you want art in your bedroom, your headboard can become your canvas, literally. Like in this projects, where an old closet door is covered in canvas cloth and then painted over with a chevron pattern. Simple, yet beautiful.
Headboard From An Old Picked Fence
You don’t have to buy any materials in order to make your headboard. You can salvage old wood from anywhere even from a picked fence, which is the material used for this rustic looking headboard.
Upholstered Tufted Headboard
Turn your bedroom into an intimate hideout by adding this sexy velvet headboard to your bed and all you’ll need is a pegboard, some upholstery materials and some velvet fabric.
Coral Upholstered Headboard With Curved Arms
Do you like the safe feeling of an embrace when falling asleep? You can have it with this soft headboard with curved arms. The small additions to the sides are big enough to give you a sense of comfort, yet small enough that you don’t feel like you’re in a hole.
The most comfortable nights you’ve spend were tucked under your grandmother’s patchwork quilt. If you want to recreate that feeling or you simply love the patchwork design, then try making this colorful headboard.
How to Make a Simple Headboard
If you aren’t skilled in using power tools or at woodwork, yet you want a headboard, but can’t afford to buy one, fear not, for we have a solution for you. Here is how you can make your very own and lovely cardboard headboard.
Upholstered Headboard With Nailhead Trim
This elegant upholstered headboard is an elegant mix of the old and the new. With the right material it can match any bed and the best part is is taht it is much easier to make than it appears. With a bit of effort it can be done in a single afternoon.
Focal Wall Headboard
Every room needs a focal point, that one item that draws the eye when you enter a room. This headboard will be the perfects focal point in your bedroom, with its bold lines and clean look. A headboard like this can cost up to 1000 dollars, and now you can make it for just a fraction of that price.