Headboard Week! Tutorials + Inspiration

Headboard Week at Remodelaholic

Welcome to Headboard Week here on Remodelaholic!

What is Headboard Week, you ask? Just the awesomest week for DIY headboards in the history of ever. Every day this week, we’ll have 2-3 new posts for you — headboard tutorials, inspiration round-ups, informational know-how, everything you need to get you inspired and started on a new headboard (which may or may not lead to a full bedroom makeover. It happens, y’all.)

In addition to giving you lots more great headboard tutorials for all skill levels and design styles, we want to see YOUR headboards, too! Come join the link party and show us your DIY headboards — we will be picking some of our favorites to feature in our wrap-up post on Saturday.

Update: Thanks for making Headboard Week amazing! Use these links to check out all of the goodness — and join us again soon for another amazing week of features and inspiration!

Tutorial: Build a Tall Slat Headboard

diy headboard remodelaholic.com

25 Awesome Built-In Beds and Bed Nooks25-awesome-built-in-beds-and-bed-nooks-pinterest-pic

No-Sew Slipcovered HeadboardDIY No-Sew Headboard Cover, Sypsie Designs on Remodelaholic

Tutorial: Curvy Reclaimed Wood BedRustic Wood Bed From Fence Posts, The Accent Piece on Remodelaholic

25 Fabulous Upcycled Headboards

Tutorial: Low Cost, No  Tools Headboard
How to Build an Easy Headboard in 2 Hours with No Special Tools, Do Not Disturb This Groove on Remodelaholic

Tutorial: Stylish Upholstered Headboard from a Doordoor headboard

25 Beautiful Bed Canopies You Can DIYBeautiful Bed Canopies

Build It: Barn Wood Chevron Headboard + Bedon Remodelaholic.com

Tutorial: Rustic and Colorful Planked Headboard Walldiy headboard wall tutorial, Pearls Pinstripes and Peanut Butter on Remodelaholic

25 No-Headboard Decorating IdeasNo Headboard Decorating Ideas

The Remodelaholic Guide to Headboard ShapesRemodelaholic-guide-to-headboard-shapes

The DIYers Guide to Headboard Sizes
(click to see the full-sized infographic)Remodelaholic-guide-to-headboard-sizes

Tutorial: Extra Wide Tufted Panel HeadboardHow to Build a Tufted Panel Headboard | Home Coming for Remodelaholic.com

Build It: Curvaceous Headboard Pattern + DIY French Cleat Tutorialcurvy ornate keystone headboard tutorial via Remodelaholic

50+ DIY Headboards50 DIY Headboards via Remodelaholic

Headboard week is over, and the link party is now closed, but we’ll be doing another big themed link party soon, so subscribe to follow us or like us on Facebook so you can join up then! So, what are you waiting for? Headboard Week is HERE! Grab a button, link up below, and subscribe to follow us or like us on Facebook so you don’t miss out on a single piece of amazingness this week. And don’t forget to pin this to share it with all of your headboard-loving friends, too!

Happy Headboard Week!

TONS of DIY headboards + tutorials! Remodelaholic.com


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Lorene has been behind the scenes here at Remodelaholic for more than a decade! She believes that planning projects and actually completing them are two different hobbies, but that doesn't stop her from planning at least a dozen projects at any given time. She spends her free time creating memories with her husband and 5 kids, traveling as far as she can afford, and partaking of books in any form available.

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    1. Thanks, Aniko! Please spread the word and let all your blogger friends know, too — we are SO excited to see everyone’s headboards!!

  1. Here is a barn door headboard that I built from scratch. The link is for Facebook, will that work for this?

    1. Hi Kody — we can’t see the link that you shared (due to Facebook permissions) but if you can upload it somewhere else or message it to us on Facebook, we can figure out how to get it in the link party. Thanks!

    1. Linda, yes, that should be doable! You’d just need to build a frame to attach the shutters to (or attach them to each other) and then have the regular frame part to attach to the bed or stand behind the bed.