A plush headboard adds a distinctive air of luxury and elegance to any room. A bed bought with this type of header can be quite expensive, so that one is an attractive alternative. You can cover the head with any fabric, although the chosen material should not be high maintenance, as is necessary to clean very often. Soft fabrics like chenille or wool are good choices, while slippery fabrics like satin make the process more difficult.
Measure the width of the bed. Measure the length from the top of the bed to the desired height of the header. Buy a piece of ½-inch plywood to these measures. Retailers like Home Depot cut the piece to your specifications. Cut two pieces of wadding is 6 larger than the dimensions of the wood everywhere inches. The two pieces of layer, batting over the plywood and stretch tight spread around the edges. Staple the batting plywood on the back of every 6 inches. Batting add more if desired for a plush headboard, although two pieces will be very plush. Stretch the fabric over the batting and fold around the edges as well. Staple the fabric to the plywood in the same 6-inch intervals.
Place the head on a clean, flat surface with the front facing up. Create a grid on the head ornaments for measuring and marking points on the web beginning 6 inches down from the top left corner. Space points evenly for a uniform effect. Plush headboard or Headboards are commonly adorned with rows of buttons to emphasize the softness of the damping. These spots to compress the fabric and batting in the same way as a real button tufting staple. Paste small embellishments like buttons or small grains tufted points to cover the staples. Apply double-sided adhesive hangers on the back of the head along the edges and center. Line the headboard to the wall behind the bed with the mattress a bit pushed away from the wall. Press the head firmly against the wall to secure it in place as directed on the package of the adhesive. Press lightly on the top of the top, bottom and sides to make sure it is safe and then push the new mattress in place against the new header.