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Awesome Remodels 2 days ago

90 year old door made into a headboard to fit both a king size and queen size bed frame.

The Decorator we worked with asked us to make the headboard to fit both a king size and a queen size bed, After cleaning and sealing the front of the door we painted the other trim details using a color still visible from one of the original paints on the door.

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  • Vintage Headboards
    We use a combination of nails, glue and screws. It's overkill but we want to take every step possible to make sure our headboards are solid.
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  • Melissa @ Two It Yourself
    HOLY PINS!!! 207K!!! I mean I can see why...this headboard is stunning. That is unbelieveable!
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  • Denise Ring Catania
    I am getting ready to redo a 1915 door with the original mirror on it. Since what paint is still on there probably has lead paint on it, do I need to remove all of it or can I paint over it?
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  • Vintage Headboards
    Unfortunately there has been a scare put in the minds of people from years ago about lead paint. When we make headboards we use respirators and work outside as the airborne particulates are a greater risk to you ingesting it. We never advertise that our
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  • Suzanne Gautreaux
    Suzanne Gautreaux Lockport, LA
    How did you attach the 4x4 posts to the door? would love to copy it, but am perplexed how to add the 4x4 posts. Help, please??
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  • Vintage Headboards
    Good morning Suzanne - we have step by step plans we sell on our website. It will be extremely helpful for you and save you a bunch of time. www.vintageheadboards.storenvy.com
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  • Janice
    Janice Houston, TX
    I wish I had a pic, but mine is wrapped up in storage. I bought an antique fireplace mantle, stained a piece of bead board to attach to the open area and it fit a twin size frame perfectly. I was careful not to damage the mantle in case I ever wanted to
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  • Suzanne Gautreaux
    Suzanne Gautreaux Lockport, LA
    Thanks so much for the info.... will purchase the instructions..
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  • Michele A
    Michele A Eugene, OR
    It turned out so amazing! I love that you sealed it first. I often wonder if everyone does. Love a great chippy patina, but I don't want it all over my bedding. ;) Thanks for sharing your amazing work!
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  • Vintage Headboards
    I'd love to see the finished product!
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  • Linda
    Linda Miller Place, NY
    I just found you. That headboard is amazing! However, since I am old enough to be your Mom, I think you are absolutely adorable! Thanks for sharing your picture. It is always nice to see you in the flesh.
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  • Pame
    Great idea love the pic, and the builders not to shabby himself..lol
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  • Camille Carlin
    Camille Carlin Nashville, TN
    Love the headboard - especially that it is made for Queen or King use.
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  • Vintage Headboards
    Thank you Ladies!
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