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Make an Upholstered Wingback Headboard

Upholstered wingback headboard – Adding wings to the headboard can help provide the regal, elegant feel of a padded wingback chair. Create an upholstered headboard also allows you to set the color and pattern into the room. Measure the width of the bed. Place one foot on this poll. Determine how high you want the headboard to stand. Double both width and height measurement.  Cut one of your veneers to a piece that is a foot wider than your bed frame and fit the desired height of the finished headboard. This will be the main part of the headboard.

Best Upholstered Wingback Headboard

Best Upholstered Wingback Headboard

Place the three plywood pieces on the ground face down. Line up the long sides of the pieces and put wings on the left and right main piece upholstered wingback headboard. Center a hinge between the main headboard piece and left wing. Screw in place with screws provided with the hinge and an electric screwdriver or drill with a screwdriver bit. Repeat on the right side.

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Tires front upholstered wingback headboard with a spray adhesive product. Place batting on the front of the headboard. Wrap batting around to the back, as you would wrap a gift. Turn the plywood headboard over so the hinges are on the back. Attach batting with staples around the perimeter of the rear of the headboard. Screw D-ring hooks to the back of the headboard, 8 to 12 inches from the top of the headboard.

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