This vintage looking one made with Velcro

Grab some batting, fabric and Velcro and you’ve got an easy & gorgeous headboard. Get tutorial here

This slipcover made with fabric adhesive

Get an adorable rustic rosette headboard without sewing by simply gluing it together. Get tutorial here

This gorgeous one made from an Ikea board

All it took was an Ikea board, some batting, a staple gun and some glue to get this beauty. Get tutorial here

This stunning one made from burlap

A little drilling, some foam and swath of burlap and you’ll feel like you’re in a rustic cottage. Get tutorial here

This retro 70’s one made from flat sheets

Some foam, adhesive, and cheap sheets will get you the raddest headboard in town. Get tutorial here

This patterned beauty made of drapery lining

Pallet, dollar store buttons and a staple gun was all that was required to make this guy. Get tutorial here

This monogramed dazzler made with foam

A hand painted monogram on a canvas or burlap stapled onto a foam board is both easy and classy. Get tutorial here

This plush beauty made with paint

A lucky find by the road that only needs a lick of chalk paint to look French & chic/ Mais, Oui! Get tutorial here

This soft dream made from egg crate foam

No hardware needed for this one. Just some foam, fabric and a staple gun. Get tutorial here

This sophisticated lovely made with nail trim

Want that designer look without the hassle? Chipboard from Lowe’s, foam, batting duck egg fabric and nails. Get tutorial here

This pretty one made with particle board

Something so simple can be made with nuts and bolts and still make you sleep easy. Get tutorial here