I really want to try it. Email me if you do Thanks!
That was fast and looks lovely in your bedroom. You make me anxious to be moved so I can have a basement to work in.
First off, I love the rustic look as well. As far as the wood looking good at the store and then not so much at home; ditto there too. With this project straight boards are a must unless you want to add on extra wood.
It looks great!!!!! I am going to make this for my bedroom. Nice to see how others have turned out!
i *adore* your headboard and finish! I think this will be my first project too. Nice work!
Thanks! It was a great first project- very easy to do.
what is the materials list and the cut list please?
How did you get the shades to vary so much when you stained it? Awesome job. I'm working on this one now as a twin headboard. Thanks!
As for the varying shades, it just happened! We only did one coat of stain, so that probably had something to do with it. The wood we chose was not perfect either so that probably helped to make the different shades as well.
I love this bed! You did an amazing job!!! My question is do you have the plans and did you just attach to a metal frame or build a wood base?
How did you attach it to your bed?
I attached it to our metal bed frame. We just drilled holes at the appropriate levels, and then attached with large bolts. Pretty simple!
Great job Jamie.
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