4 Easy Ideas To Diy Upcycled Garden Headboard

4 Easy Ideas To Diy Upcycled Garden Headboard

Ever had an old furniture and you threw it away or just used its wood as campfire or other recycled things? Maybe you have used them to make other DIY items or just thought about them here is and DIY thing that will give your garden a new look and make your relaxing time more comfortable.

4 Easy Ideas To Diy Upcycled Garden Headboard

Requirement

All you need is headboard or your old bed, furniture glue, saw, marker

Requirement

Garden Gate

Want to add a little privacy to your garden by making a garden gate? Just take a headboard and measure the size, then measure the centre of headboard accordingly. Now, draw a straight line vertically acting as a line which divides the headboard in two symmetrical parts. Using a saw, cut the headboard in two parts and attach it to garden entrance using thin pillars of concrete or wooden pillars. Attach an additional lock on gate and you can paint it according to your wish. You are all done making your garden gate.

Garden Gate

Corner Chair

Take a headboard and cut it into two symmetrical pieces as told above. Then, giving at least an angle of 45-60 degrees to the two headboard pieces join them using the furniture glue and leave it for setting for few hours. Take a wooden plank of the thickness of nearly 2” and cut it according to the size that it fits in headboard and its projection is of about 12” and stick it using furniture glue and paint it or apply varnish to give an extra shine to it and your corner chair is now ready.

Corner Chair

Garden Bench

Take the headboard and a wooden plank of nearly 2” thickness and mark the cut the wooden plank of the same length as that of headboard and keep its wideness of nearly 12” so it is perfect to sit comfortably. Mark the design of groves as that on the headboard to the wooden plank and then inserting the wooden plank in the headboard fix them with the furniture glue. Take two wooden pieces of the length of the plank and ground distance and attach them on both opposite corners of plank to give stability to bench.
There is a lot more you can try with these headboard; all you need is little creativity.

Garden Bench