Fast Fix: Bedrooms

Coastal Cottage-Style Shutter Headboard

Easily create this inexpensive yet impressive headboard using unfinished shutters, paint and sandpaper.

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Pre-Drill Holes

Move shutter headboard into place behind bed. Drill a hole through the shutter and into the wall to mark where the wall anchor should go.

Embed Wall Anchors

Pull shutter headboard away from wall and drive anchors, one in each top corner, into the pre-drilled holes in wall.

Securely Attach Shutter Headboard to Wall

Put shutter headboard back into place and drive a 2-1/2 inch screw through the front of the shutter and into the anchors embedded in the wall.

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