California king headboard – A king California headboard can fit a king-size bed in California, which is longer than kings and standard measures about 72 inches wide and 84 inches long. Thus, header is always 72 inches wide and can be as high as 48 to 60 inches. Placing a king California headboard to wall is a good idea because it helps stabilize it and prevent head bob or creak when you lean against it.
How to diy California king headboard? First, Measure height of your headboard King California. Divide height by two. This is its midpoint. Check measuring its midpoint on wall next to bed with a piece of chalk drawing a horizontal line across width. Run a STUD finder wall and mark where studs are drawing tick marks on top of horizontal line.
Drill at bottom of a ladder assembly along horizontal line where their tacos are. Ideally there should be studs every 12 inches or less and therefore you should use about six in lower parts of their flush mounts. Turn your California king headboard. Drill at top of their mounts flush along center of head, installing them 12 inches or however far from their lower supports are. Lift headboard and slide on wall, listening to upper and lower mounts flush to lock and maintain constant head.