Build a headboard can dramatically change the appearance of your room, depending on the materials and finishing methods. Fabrics and wooden headboard designs can be expensive to acquire, but they are not complicated to build. Woodworkers for the first time can build a headboard adapted to fit the space behind any size mattress. You need the most materials to build and upholster a king size headboard, but the technique is the same no matter what size of bed you own.
Ideas for build a headboard. Cut long sections of 90 inches of batting to cover the edges of height, and four inches on the back of the plywood panel of height of 3 feet. Batting varies in width; do not overlap the batting. Adhesive spray on the face of the plywood panel. Press the batting strips on the plywood. Mount the batting strips so that the edges touch. Flip the plywood panel over so that the batting side is upside down.
Cut a 92-inch long strip of 54-inch-wide upholstery fabric. Lay the fabric down on a flat surface. Center the plywood, batting side down, on the back side of the fabric. Then for build a headboard, pull one side of the fabric over the plywood and staple to the plate. Work from the center to the corners. Fold the corners and staples in place. You will continue working your way on the plywood panel, pulling the fabric over it and stapling from the center towards the corners. Locate the studs on the wall behind the bed.