An upholstered and king tufted headboard can making a sense of intimacy and luxury in the bedroom. The softness of the fabrics and the style of lined buttons are traditional and uncommon. Creating this type of headboard requires a little math, a few holes and a lot of button cover. But, for a practical crafter, this is a header well within your reach. Measure the width of your bed and 6 inches. They have their shop cut the plywood 1/2 inch at this width and at less than 24 inches tall. Measure 6 inches from the top of the edge and draw a horizontal line. Measure 6 inches on each side and draw vertical lines.
Find the center of the king upholstered bed width and draw a vertical line. Where the vertical center line crosses the horizontal line mark an X with the marker. The center marks every 6 inches on the horizontal line. Place your Sharpie in the movement of X. To the right skip the next mark, place an X in 12 inches, jump to the next mark and place an X in 24 inches. Continue until you reach the vertical line. Do the same to the left of the center of the X. Measure 6 inches down from the horizontal line and draw another horizontal line. Place your sharpie on your original centerline X.
Move to the second horizontal line and make a small or move to the right 6 inches and mark with X, jump to the next mark, move to the right 6 other inches and mark X. continues until you reach the vertical line. Do the same to the left of the center of the X. You should see the pattern of Xs. Draw a third possible horizontal fourth line and follow x every other 6 inches. Each X represents a covered button. When you are satisfied with the design of the plume, use a 1/4 inch drill and drill the wood in each X. The front part of the leather upholstered headboard king with 3m aerosol spray adhesive.
Place 1-inch foam over the plywood and press into the glue. Trim the edges with an electric knife. As a batting comforter on the work surface. Set the head foam side. Pull the batting over the king size headboard ikea and staple along the back of the headboard. Stretch the next lower part and then each side. Verify that your batting is smooth. Trim any excess batting. Place your upholstery face down on the work surface. Make sure that the pattern of the fabric is aligned with your headboard exactly as you wish.