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Easy DIY Pegboard Headboard

Transform a little boy's bedroom with an easy DIY pegboard headboard.

23/11/2017

This pegboard headboard is super-easy to make and you can finish it in any paint colour you like to match the existing decor in a bedroom. Add storage with pine shelves and hooks.

Pegboard

22 x 69mm pine PAR - box frame

12 x 69mm PAR pine - frame trim

Paint to finish, sheen acrylic or water-based enamel

Wood glue

TOOLS:

Pneumatic nailer OR hammer and panel pins

Paint roller and paint tray

Tape measure and pencil

Find a selection of PAR pine products at Builders Warehouse.

 

1. Make up a basic box frame using 22 x 67mm pine. Make this to the size you want to fit behind the bed. To join the frame together you can use a pneumatic nailer, screws, OR hammer and panels. Apply wood glue to all edges before joining.

2. Cut the pegboard to fit and attach this onto the box frame with a pneumatic nailer OR hammer and panel pins.

33. Finish off the frame with a pine trim around the outside edge.

4. Lightly sand and wipe clean before applying your choice of paint colour with a foam roller.

GOOD TO KNOW: Choose a paint that is washable, such as a sheen acrylic or water-based enamel paint.

Finish off the pegboard headboard with pegboard hooks to hang and support pine shelves.

 

 

 

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