It took to rolls of 24″ wide foam. I got one at 50% off and one at 40% off at Joann’s. I used spray glue to secure it onto the wood.
Next, I wrapped it with Batting using staples to secure it into place.
I then wrapped it with upholstery fabric using staples to secure it. My husband then attached the legs and I finished off the back by stapling on a drop cloth cut to fit and turning over the edges for a nice clean finish.
We secured the headboard by screwing into the studs in the wall. The next time I make a custom headboard, I promise to make a more in-depth tutorial. In the meantime…if you have an specific questions, please feel free to ask. I’d be happy to help.
It stands 6′ tall. They plan to get more pillows and shams to complete the look.
The bathroom makeover…
I wouldn’t let them put the shower curtain rod back up yet on the freshly painted walls so you’ll just have to imagine how pretty it will be!!!