small bedroom solution: the DIY paneled-wood headboard

Pound the panels. & # 8
Above: hammer the panels. “The last board is the one that goes up; attach it with screws or wood glue or both, ”says Maiju. “I also coated the screw marks with a coating to give them a more finished look.”

Maiju says that she is self-taught and that one project led to another: “It was a long process starting with the painting of frames and chairs. Over time, I learned to use different power tools. Renovation projects are my meditation. And since my other work is digital, it’s always so rewarding to see concrete results. Interestingly, Maiju’s last name, Saha, translates to “Saw” in English, which is how she got the name from her blog, Maiju Saw.

Maiju chose a shade of sage green. She painted pine directly; you can also prime the panels before installation. For detailed and detailed instructions (in Finnish, use Google to translate), go to Maiju Saw.
Above: Maiju chose a shade of sage green. She painted pine directly; you can also prime the panels before installation. For detailed and detailed instructions (in Finnish, use Google to translate), go to Maiju Saw.

The finished project

The finished headboard is approximately 45 inches tall and is topped with a shelf for small items. Learn more about panel options in Remodeling src =
Above: The finished headboard is approximately 45 inches tall and is topped with a shelf for small items. Learn more about panel options in Remodeling 101: The Ultimate Guide to Shiplap, Beadboard, and V-Groove Panels.
Maiju made the ceramic bedside lamp in a clay workshop and finished it with a vintage pleated lampshade. The leaf cushion is made from a William Morris fabric purchased on Etsy; the striped bedding is from H&M Home.
Above: Maiju made the ceramic bedside lamp in a clay workshop and finished it with a vintage pleated lampshade. The leaf cushion is made from a William Morris fabric purchased on Etsy; the striped bedding is from H&M Home.

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