Tricia from Little Cottage on the Pond had been wanting a dramatic curved wood headboard from Ballard for ages, but the price was way out of her comfort zone. Her husband took one look at the long-desired headboard and said he could make it for Tricia. The sweet guy was true to his word and […Read More]
Last year, Alicia from Thrifty & Chic finally wrapped up her master bedroom makeover that had been lingering on for months. One of final projects that Alicia completed for the space was this upholstered headboard that she made for only $15. Alicia says even if you have to purchase materials you are looking at $30 […Read More]
When Jessica from Lou Lou Girls moved into her new home last year, she knew it was the perfect time to upgrade to a king-size bed. Of course, a new bed means a new headboard, but Jessica couldn’t dish out her hard-earned cash for the one she really wanted from West Elm. Instead, she made […Read More]
Corey from Hey There, Home has been happy to help her mom make over her home room by room. When it came around to the master bedroom, a tufted headboard caught her mom’s eye. In true Corey fashion, she set out to recreate it for MUCH less! Corey even shows how simple it is to […Read More]
Jen from The House of Wood has done it again, and I am simply drooling over her latest knock off! This go-round, Jen built a beauuuuutiful chevron bed set for her sweet daughter and even offers the free project plans so you too can replicate it for a mere $200. Yep, that’s only $200 for […Read More]
When Talitha of Love, Pomegranate HouseTalitha of Love, Pomegranate House created an inspiration board for her navy blue, blush, and gold master bedroom makeover, it included a sophisticated tufted wingback headboard with nail heads. However, all the headboards Talitha found were a whopping $800+. Ouch! The thrifty DIYer in Talitha took over and created this […Read More]
Kara of Kara Paslay Designs had long loved a Moroccan-inspired headboard from West Elm and came up with a super clever DIY. Can you guess what it’s made from??? Doormats! I am really blown away by Kara’s genius! This is actually a simple project too, requiring just paint, plywood, and trim. Kara’s queen headboard comes […Read More]
Melissa of Two It Yourself says the most rewarding part of the master bedroom makeover she completed last year was the DIY upholstered headboard she made with the help of her sister Stephanie. Amazingly, the sisters were about to pull together this beautiful king-sized bed in only five hours and for close to $150. The mattress delivery guy didn’t even believe Melissa had really made the bed until she pulled out the leftover drop cloth as proof. That, my friends, is success!