Making Pine Headboard

May 7th

Pine headboard wipes bring a sense of softness and comfort to all bedrooms. You can easily transform an existing wooden bedside to something lush and dramatic, or start from the beginning with a hardwood panel. This simple project is one of the fastest and most affordable ways to add a designer touch to your sanctuary

Pine Headboards Queen Size
Pine Headboards Queen Size


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Collect what you need to make a pine headboard from the start, starting with a sheet of 3/4 inch plywood. Seemed to fit the area behind the bed or take your measurements to work the delivery store and ask them to cut it for you. A tape measure is another thing you need, like an electric knife, scissors and a staple gun. Use 1 to 2 inch thick padding foam for padding, you need cloth and wadding to cover foam, in the edge of wood and four inches along the back of the bedside. Spray glue is an easy way to keep the stuffing attached to the forest while you work.

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Cut the foam to fit the face of the wood panel. The best way to cut outfit foam is with an electric knife. Account for the thickness of the foam and pine headboard as you cut the fabric and the wadding to cover the gable. It’s best to cut more than you need than to cut less. You can cut off the surplus when done. The back of the gable will be against the wall so that you do not see the fabric along the back.