Everyone needs a place to lay their head at night. The bed is often the focal point of the bedroom, the first thing we see in the morning and the last place we see before shut eye. Why not make it beautiful? Sure, you may not be parading crowds of guests through your bedroom, but you see it every single day. It should be a beautiful sanctuary from the world.
If you don’t have a headboard, it doesn’t take much time, effort, or cash to create a beautiful DIY headboard for any space or style.
Shutters are surprisingly easy to find, paint them your favorite color and that’s all there is to it!
I love the rustic wood headboards. You can customize them to say whatever you’d like, or leave them more plain and neutral.
Of course, what’s better than a rustic wood headboard? A rustic wood headboard with a shelf above it!
This is such a beautiful floating headboard, that is so ridiculously simple. I love the simplicity that is absolutely gorgeous.Brian Hazzard
This DIY headboard is actually recycled ceiling tiles, how brilliant is that? I love the bright color against the neutral walls!Sometimes on a Tuesday
Can you believe that this upholstered headboard is sew free?! It looks absolutely gorgeous and you’d never even know it was DIY.
This headboard might require a little more effort, but I love the ruffle look. This is perfect for any kid, tween, or teen and the coordinating bedskirt pulls the whole look together.
If you’re going for a more rustic look, try this headboard made from currogated metal roofing cut with a jigsaw. The edges can be smoothed with a grinder before adding it to the wall.
I love the look of barnwood doors, but don’t have a good spot for them in my house. This faux option is absolutely beautiful, and I love the addition of lights.Cheaper and Better DIY
Perhaps the most functional headboard is a pegboard option that gives you plenty of space for décor, baskets, shelves, etc.
How cute is this lighted headboard option? It would be the perfect mood lighting in the master bedroom.