Tufted wingback headboard – Headrest easy to do because they don’t require much, if any, sewing. Just get a frame for headboards and cover it with batting and fabric and staple the front plank. Because you can make your own, you can use any fabric you want. Adjust the curtains or walls or go with something completely different. Headrests are inexpensive and versatile. Fabric can be turned as much as you want. Bed head and put up with you perfect for classic looks in the master bedroom. You can also design one to match and put up with you.
Cut the plywood into the desired shape. Will be the tufted wingback headboard and put up with you three pieces, again, on both sides. The back should be rectangular or rounding. Could be a nice curve to the top if you want. The width must be as wide as the bed set headboard at the back. The two sides will be exactly the same measurements.
Draw the cloth side of the edge of the wood. Drag a little at a time. Pull the fabric tight. Pin the fabric and batting in the wood. Lay the cloth on the ground side. Layers of wood, foam, and beaten up. Put the wood to cover the side that will face in bed. Pull the fabric tight. Staple of the outer surface of the side pieces so that it would meet at the back of the tufted wingback headboard. Free where it needs to wrap out side. Trim the excess fabric on one side to prevent it from becoming lumpy.