Master Bedroom With DIY Rustic Barn Wood Headboard

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Submitted by Buckets of Burlap

 

Hey my friends!

We finally finished the master bedroom!

Mr. Buckets of Burlap made this headboard.

Oh yes he did :)

We had some old tongue-n-groove barn wood.

So, he cut the boards to random heights and screwed them to 2 long 1x6s.

I’ve got lots of photos to share with you…

We found the chandelier at Lowe’s on clearance.

It was a little added surprise.

The vintage “cowboy” tub came from a vendor at Canton Trade Days.

I filled it with our extra pillows and quilts.

The armoire was moved from the den,

and I think I like it better in here.

The new headboard adds a rustic element to a romantic room.

You may notice a few changes in this corner, from my last post.

I had to move some things around to make it all fit :)

If you’d like to check out the BEFORE photos, go HERE.

Thanks for sticking with me through the makeover!

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  1. Cindy says

    This headboard is the MOST BEAUTIFUL HEADBOARD I HAVE EVER, EVER SEEN!! I’m soooo jealous! I wish we knew how to find old barnwood in Arizona! I just had to tell you how fortunate you are as I would NEVER want to leave the bed!! The down comforter looks a lot more comfortable than the one I have(we don’t have a headboard & wish I could have yours!) Where did you get the down comforter & the burlap bag pillows? I WANT YOUR BEDROOM BADLY!! :-)
    Thank you for sharing!
    Cindy Kleese

  2. Monica Wallace says

    I fell in love with this and quickly stole your idea. I whitewashed some very weathered pallet boards (.50 per pallet) and it turned out better than perfect!! I think my king size headboard cost me all of $15 with the whitewash paint.

  3. Crystal Handwerk says

    Love it! I totally want to do this!! Ive seen lots of different ones using pallets and such but i love this idea even more!
    Now i dont have access to barn wood but would love to know more about how to make it. any ideas and tips would be awesome! :)

    Thanks!

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