Hi, I am looking for idea for a corner headboard. I am new to woodworking and need something simple. Any ideas would be appreciated. Thanks Chris
Topic by ChrisB763 | last reply
I need an Instructable for a cheap, functional headboard . I would like to upholster the headboard as well. Can anyone help?
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I need to make a lightweight headboard. I have a 3 panel screen I thought about using, but would like to use foam board because its light weight. No fancy designs, just basic square shape maybe covered with microsuede.
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I bought the furniture with instruction sheet which is so technical and so small that I dont' know where to start. Bed is sold by www.Ashley.com
My mattress keeps sliding down and to the left viewed from the headboard. I have noticed that my bed frame has a lot of leeway making it easier for the mattress to move. I had problems with my first mattress and with my second one. I have a full size bed. Not sure if the addition of boards to the sides, foot and head. part of the frame will help. any other suggestions?
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I have a double, 4-poster bed. The posts unscrew from the headboard and footboard. And the finials on top of the posts also unscrew. I want to make a bed with curtains on all 4 sides. Kind of like a canopy bed, except with no top. Only the long sheers on all sides. These can hang from rods. The problem: I want to attach the four rods, preferably very thin and light, from post to post to post to post to post. I prefer that the rod be stiff and not something that would sag with the weight of the curtains. Of course the curtains will be lightweight sheers. I have searched for a kit to build. Nothing comes up. Any ideas?
Question by natures_due
WARNING: Mechanically inexperienced Newbie post below. Your patience is appreciated. :)Some of you may have seen this lamp online somewhere:http://www.hulgerisation.com/?page_id=60I'd like to try and make a lamp that works like this. As mentioned above, my experience is virtually non-existent when it comes to taking machines apart and hacking into them, but I possess a decent amount of common sense, and I'm pretty handy when it comes to tools. I'd like this to be my first project of this type. It seems simple enough: take a lamp base, a clock spring and a dynamo flashlight aaaand.... then what? Okay, so maybe it's not so simple. But to some of you, I'm sure it's probably a piece of cake, right? So if you've got the time and would like to explain how to do this, I'd truly appreciate your help.I found this instructable to be informative, https://www.instructables.com/id/The-Wind-up-Headboard-Reading-Light/but ultimately, it's not what I'm looking for. The key is the key for me with this lamp. It is visually appealing to me. Secondly, I would like lighting component to be that of a standard lamp- incandescent or CFL. If anyone has some kindly advice to offer, I would truly appreciate it. Thank you for reading!
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