17 Amazing DIY Headboard Ideas to Upgrade Your Bedroom

17 Amazing DIY Headboard Ideas to Upgrade Your Bedroom

The right headboard can completely transform the look and feel of your bedroom while adding style, luxury and comfort to your space.

The headboards are available in a variety of sizes, styles and colors. But instead of heading to the furniture store to buy a simple ready-made headboard, you can easily make one yourself using some basic building supplies.

Here’s a roundup of some of the best DIY headboards from around the web.

1. Barn Door Headboard

Barn Door Headboard

Make this barn door headboard to bring homesteading charm inside your home. (Tutorial via Shanty 2 Chic)

2. Button Tufted Headboard

Button Tufted Headboard

Beautify your bedroom with the clean lines and classic button tufting of the button tufted headboard. (Tutorial via Involving the Senses)

3. Picket Fence Headboard

Picket Fence Headboard

A picket fence headboard is great when you’re looking to bring the outdoors in and add a little fun to the bedroom. (Tutorial via Obertopia)

4. Rustic Pallet Headboard

Rustic Pallet Headboard

Repurpose a wood shipping pallet and turn it into a rustic-style headboard. (Tutorial via Rice Designs)

5. Old Shutter Headboard

Old Shutter Headboard

If you have old shutters lying around don’t throw them away. Recycle them into this amazing headboard with just a few minutes of work. (Tutorial via Samantha Elizabeth)

6. Washi Tape Headboard

Washi Tape Headboard

No room for a real headboard? Add a washi tape headboard to your bedroom! (Tutorial via The Surznick Common Room)

7. Vintage Sheet Headboard

Vintage Sheet Headboard

Make your own headboard using a vintage sheet and pre-cut wooden art frames. (Tutorial via Happiness is Homemade)

8. Plywood Print Headboard

Plywood Print Headboard

For under $25 you can make this gorgeous headboard using one of your own photos! (Tutorial via The Merrythought)

9. Front Door Headboard

Front Door Headboard

Turn your old door into custom headboard that will last forever. (Tutorial via My SoCal’d Life)

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