If you have a drab bedroom, or maybe just a really dated headboard, you are going to love these headboards you can make this weekend! I have gathered some of our favorite headboards to share with you. Make one for your own bedroom, or add one to the guest room in your house. No matter where you display it, you are going to be so glad you tried your hand at one of these projects.
Rustic Plank Headboard Wall
This accent wall will look great behind your headboard. It was inspired by a beach trip and the results are as pretty as the ocean itself. Find out how to make a budget friendly accent wall here.
Rustic Chevron Twin Headboard
This project started with salvaged wood from a family barn. It transforms into a gorgeous, rustic headboard. You will love the chevron design, and the upcycle! This headboard will look so nice on a twin bed. Get the instructions to make your own rustic chevron headboard here.
Pieced Wood Headboard
You could go buy a headboard, but after you look at this DIY headboard with colorful accents, you are going to want to make this instead. The results are gorgeous and you can customize the final project to use your color scheme. Get the instructions to make your own pieced wood headboard here.
Simple Reclaimed Wood Headboard
While this project has a simple look, I know you will agree it is stunning. Make this headboard with scrap wood for a rustic, romantic vibe in your bedroom. Find out how to complete this headboard project here.
Curvy Reclaimed Wood Headboard
Don’t toss that old wood! Use it to make a gorgeous curved wood headboard that is going to look so nice in your space! Learn how to make a curved wood headboard here.
Slipcover Headboard Cover
This no sew headboard cover is the ideal way to update the look of a bedroom without spending big bucks, or hours of time on a building project. You don’t have to even sew this to give a bedroom a new feel. Learn how to make a slipcover headboard cover here.
Bead Board Headboard DIY
If you have a nice size of beadboard leftover from a previous project, you might want to make this cheap yet pretty headboard. This is one simple way to make your bedroom look amazing without breaking the bank. Find out how this headboard was made for less than $5 here.
Old Shutter Headboard
If you happen to install new shutters on your house, save one of the old ones to make this gorgeous and easy upcycled headboard. You can paint it whatever color you like to make it your own. Find out how to make your own shutter headboard here.
Tall Slat Headboard
If you are looking for an inexpensive yet headboard idea, you are going to love this tall slat headboard. It has a farmhouse feel that really makes your room feel dramatically different, despite how easy and simple this project is to complete. Learn how to make a tall slat headboard here.
Tufted Upholstered Headboard
Make this tufted headboard with an old headboard and your favorite upholstery fabric for a one of a kind look that you are sure to admire every night when you head to bed! Learn how to make your own tufted headboard here.
Old Door Headboard
Turn an old door into a lovely and unique headboard with this fairly easy project. This is stunning and so much nicer than a big box store option. Learn how to make your own old door headboard here.
Tall Tufted Headboard
You are going to love the way this tall tufted headboard turns out. It is dramatic, stylish and so easy to make. You might want to make a few, so every bedroom in your home gets a new headboard. Learn how to make this tall tufted headboard here.
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If you don’t need one of these headboards you can make this weekend, try a nightstand. If you are interested in building something for your house, but lack experience, these nightstands are the place to start. Learn how to build your own bedroom furniture here.
Get the cozy look of a fireplace without the hazards or upkeep with this project. You are going to love the way this project turns out and how simple it is to recreate. Learn how to build a faux fireplace here.
This bench starts with a 2×6 and ends up as the perfect place to sit and store. Add this waterfall bench to an entryway, mudroom, or any place that your family could use function and style. Find directions to make your own waterfall bench here.