Wooden bed headboards – Creating attractive corners for a padded bed sheet is often a little tricky. The batting used to lay the ceiling for the bedside creates lumpy and bulky corners that will bend and look unattractive. To solve this problem with a new bed sheet, you can remove the fabric bulk and fold the fabric to create sharp corners. If your bedside is already ready and you do not want to tear it apart, you can trim the sides of the bed sheet to enhance the look and make the corners look less messy.
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Measure the width of the mattress, and add 8 inches to the size of wooden bed headboards. Most construction stores will cut plywood for you at no cost; otherwise cut plywood to size using a jigsaw. Spray plywood with spray gun. Place the quilts flat on the floor, and center the plywood over the bat. Pull wad to the back, and stack 2 inches from the edge of the plywood. Begin at the top center followed by bottom center, left center and right center. Move from center to corner; stop when you are 6 inches from each corner.
Trim the bat in the corner to remove the bulk. Lapp bat, and cut away from the corner at 45 degree angle. Remove excess bats. When stapling to the corner, you should not overlap any cloth batting in the corner. Finish stapling. Trim any excess wad from the back along the staples. Place the decorator fabric side down on the floor. Place your wooden bed headboards over the fabric, with the batting side down. Center your bed sheet over the fabric. If the fabric has a pattern, adjust the pattern before mounting the fabric.