DIY Headboard Project by Brooke....

Here's a great tutorial for those of you looking to make a really cool HEADBOARD that makes a statement! Brooke of the All Things Thrifty Blog did just that for her master bedroom!  I was so IMPRESSED by the look of this that I had to share it with all of you! For those of you thinking of giving this a shot, remember...  you can choose any fabric you like and make it even larger as well!  For ALL the step-by-step instructions check out her blog here.


What do you think? Is this something you could see yourself tackling as a DIY project??

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43 comments

  1. I've just taken on a huge project with re-upholstering a chair!!! I'm so worried.

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  2. I saw this a while back, but I am still in Awe when I see it, amazing what you an go when you put your mind to it.

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  3. Exactly....some people may not have seen it yet.... I just LOVE it! :)))

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  4. wow! this headboard is amazing! At first seems too complicated for a DIY, but actually it's always like this! In fact it's so easy, I'd give it a try and hope I'll not turn everything into a big mess :)

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  5. That looks so beautiful!
    Have a great Monday:)
    Kisses

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  6. wow i love the fabric! what a neat project
    X

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  7. If I didn't have a headboard already, I would be tempted. This is beautiful!! If you hadn't said DIY I would never have guessed. It's really beautiful!!

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  8. wow this is stunning. thank you for sharing this. inspiration indeed!

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  9. Love the headboard... let us know if you decide to DIY.

    xo,
    cristin

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  10. SO impressive - thanks for sharing!

    Cheers.

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  11. This is really specatcular! I'm heading over to the tutorial right now. :)

    Bre @ http://theredbungalow.blogspot.com

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  12. this is amazing!! what a great way to get that look.

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  13. I wonder if I could get this to work in a corner.

    Peace, Love and Chocolate
    Tiffany

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  14. wow!! looks beautiful..What a handy gal she is :)

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  15. I need to do this! We are getting a king sized bed and don't have a headboard.

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  16. I think this is one DYI that I could actually do....

    I have an online store with vintage and designer fashions - $30 and under. Let me know what you think....


    Hilary

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  17. this looks amazing! I may need to make one for my guest room! : )

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  18. Looks fantastic! I love the fabric they chose to, the black and white with a touch of yellow is fab!

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  19. I too have seen this picture before - but I love that your showing how it was done...that I haven't seen, so thank you!

    xoxo
    kristi

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  20. awe. this is lovely DIY!

    Carissa @ ScribbleBabbles

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  21. Ok, so this is pretty cool. Thanks for posting, Jen!

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  22. I love how she used different patterns but kept the same color scheme. The end result looks fantastic.

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  23. i might just do this! thanks for posting about it-i have never seen this and it is truly stunning. if i end up tackling this project i'll let you know-it will probably be more of a modern take on the original. yay!

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  24. Hay dear blogger!
    How are you? I'm glad that I've visited this blog! She's lovely.

    Please, check mine too & maybe we can follow eachother!
    Love, Cindy.

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  25. Unfortunately I can't picture myself doing it - thought I wish I could! Looks gorgeous. I have a platform bed that looks similar, without the pattern...this would be a great way for someone to spice up a plain mattress! xxSAS

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  26. Great idea, lovely headboard, I bet it wouldn't look that good if I tried to put it together.

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  27. Oh wow, that turned out great. Love her bed too.

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  28. SARAH FROM 20 SOMETHINGCUPCAKES:
    I know what you mean....I would love to do this, but it would have to be a DAY where I don't have much to do. It will take time, but I bet it would be worth it. :))))

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  29. So creative! It looks amazing!

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  30. Simply adore the headboard with the contrast of yellow. Definitely a DYI, if only I could figure out how to do it! Love!

    Alexandra
    www.alexandracampbell.ca

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  31. this turned out amazing! i'm definitely going to check out the tutorial and see if it's a project i could handle! thanks for sharing :)

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  32. This is on my to-do list, but the list is soooo long that I have no idea when I'll get around to it. We just finished renovating our sunporch into an office so maybe I'll move this to the top of the to-do list ;)

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  33. awesome! makes my safety-pin-behind-the-headboard job even more dodgy than i first thought!! xx

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  34. Looks like fun! I would totally try this. When I did mine I needed way more tools, and my dad's help... http://adventuresindressmaking.blogspot.com/2010/05/beeswax-candles.html

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  35. This is gorgeous and totally has been added into my "inspiration file". I absolutely adore it!

    Thanks for sharing!

    xoxo,
    Caitlin @ That House on the Corner

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  36. where can i find that bedding at? lol, ive been looking all over for it.

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