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DIY: a decorative headboard for pepsy teen room

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DIY: a deco headboard for pepsy teen room.

Ivan Autet / Bricolo Factory

What about your old abandoned wooden door at the bottom of the cellar? House side has the solution! Why not turn it into a pretty headboard to decorate and bring color to your teen's bedroom? With our DIY decor, your old wooden door will be a new skin ... And your teen will love!

Create a headboard yourself ... here is a good idea! Insulating winter and stylish to perfection, this piece of furniture is the decorative ally of your room. We tinker with her old wooden door and make her look like a graphic and colorful bedhead for a vitamin-filled teen room! DIY is here.

Ivan Autet / Bricolo Factory

Ivan Autet / Bricolo Factory

Material needed to make the DIY headboard

- masking tape tesa Perfect Finishes

- A wooden door

- Two feet of bed

- Nails

- Finished acrylic paint (4 different colors)

- 3 types of brushes (a brush to rechampir, a lambda and a very fine)

- A small paint roller

Step 1: Clean the old wooden door

Pour lukewarm water into a small bowl and add St Marc laundry. Soak your laundry brush in the container and then rub the wooden door so that it shines brightly!

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Step 2: Sand the wooden door

Once your wooden door is well cleaned, take your sanding sponge and then rub the table until the varnished layer disappears and gives way to the raw wood of the door.

Ivan Autet / Bricolo Factory

Step 3: Dust the old wooden door

Your door is all clean. You must now remove the dust. Use a cloth and take care to remove the dust hidden under the moldings of the wooden door.

Ivan Autet / Bricolo Factory

Step 4: Screw the feet of your future headboard

Create two holes with a drill on one side of the door and screw two feet of bed into it.

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Step 5: Nail a baguette on the top of the bed headrest

To accomplish this step, you will need a hammer, a wand and a nail. Place your wand on the top of the wooden door and place a nail on each end. Nail then paying attention to your pretty little fingers!

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Step 6: Glue the masking tape on the wooden door

Lay your wooden door flat on a flat work surface and glue the tesa masking tape to create a set of bayadero stripes.

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Step 7: Paint the door moldings

The masking tape is set, you can now start painting the headboard in a first color. In order to properly apply the color on the moldings of the wooden door, use a brush to rechampir.

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Step 8: Paint the flat surfaces of the bed headboard with a paint roller

Continue your painting workshop using this time a roll. Spread the color over the entire surface of the bed headrest.

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Step 9: Remove the tesa masking tape before drying the paint

Now that your paint is properly applied to the headboard, you can remove the tesa masking tape by gently pulling it toward you.

Ivan Autet / Bricolo Factory

Ivan Autet / Bricolo Factory

Step 10: Glue the masking tape on each side of the unpainted areas of the door

Wait about 45 minutes before proceeding to this step so that the paint has time to dry well. Then lay the masking tape on each side of the unpainted strips.

Ivan Autet / Bricolo Factory

Ivan Autet / Bricolo Factory

Step 11: Paint the unstained areas of the wooden door

Select 3 colors of paint to decorate your future headboard then apply each color with a brush.

Ivan Autet / Bricolo Factory

Step 12: Remove the tesa masking tape from the headboard

Carefully remove each strip by pulling them outward. Your headboard and almost finished ... It remains only to let the paint dry!

Ivan Autet / Bricolo Factory

Ivan Autet / Bricolo Factory

Step 13: Retouch the areas on the moldings of the bedhead

Moldings and corners are hard to reach areas with a medium-sized brush. In order to create a headboard on top for your teen's room, use a very fine brush that will be used to refine your craft!

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An old wooden door relooked headboard for a teenager room trend!

Your teen's room has never been so personalized! And yes, revamp an old door can be not only fun, but it turns out to be also very deco!

You can be proud of your headboard! Your teen will be delighted and his room will never be so trendy. Côté Maison says yes to recycling and DIY!

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