How to Make a Padded Headboard in Simple Ways

Dec 3rd

How to make a padded headboard? When decorating a bedroom, do not overlook design potential headboard. A headboard can be focal point of room, making a difference with its size or its style. Padding headboard is a way to immediately give it more influence in your bedroom. Because you can use drugs in a variety of colors, patterns and textures, possibilities are almost endless.

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How to make a padded headboard diy? Buy extra fabric to cover padding buttons that will be used to provide headboard its tufted appearance. Number of buttons needed for project depends on size of your headboard and decide on location of buttons and drill corresponding holes in backing board.

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Use foam filler to pad backing board and covers headboard with your chosen fabric, staple it in place on back. After padding buttons covered with fabric, attach them to headboard by sewing them through holes in back board. Pull wire as tightly as possible before knots on back of headboard. Choosing a bold fabric for your upholstered headboard can incorporate a bold pattern without overwhelming space. In a child’s or teen bedroom, using an animal print fabric that has a fuzzy texture can add even more fun to room’s decor. How to make a padded headboard? It’s simple!