Grey tufted headboard can add instant elegance to a bedroom. The strands pull the fabric back at regular intervals creating the suggestion that the headboard is soft. The construction of a grey tufted headboard is easy. Simple upholstery techniques are all that are necessary outside, along with a long needle, a handful of lined buttons and a piece of elegant headboard fabric. Hope your friends want you to be able to make them a tuft header inserted as soon as they see yours.
Ideas for make grey tufted headboard, cut MDF (medium density fiber) the height and width you need. Most home stores will cut your board for a small fee. Measured by a minimum of three rows of knot formation. Space your rows 8 inches apart. Button space 8 inches away. Draw horizontal lines of level across the width of the header. Center, measure and mark on your lines where your buttons will go. Note that the buttons are aligned vertically in horizontal row 1 and 3, and be compensated 4 inches in row 2 and 4.
Then for make grey tufted headboard, mark the location of the button holes and punch holes in each mark. Spray the front part of the headboard with spray adhesive. 1 inch foam press to the head of the bed. Use an electric knife to cut excess from the top and sides. Batting bedspread was on the floor. Place the foam head down and centered on the batting. Take the batting on the foam and staple the batting on the back of the head. Place the grey fabric on the floor face down. Place the headboard batting side down centered on the fabric. Carry the fabric over the batting and staple the fabric at the back of the headboard.