Bedroom. Wednesday , October 25th , 2017 - 18:01:00 PM
This next headboard features a lattice pattern, although any fabric of choice will do. Add the help of plywood, foam and batting, and the project comes to life. The power is in the headboard’s height, which draws the eye upward, making the room look taller. Don’t forget the nail head trim! Here are two more do-it-yourself headboard projects, each one unique yet similar in the low, rectangular design. The first idea (below, left) shows DIY enthusiasts how to refresh an upholstered headboard with new fabric. The second project (below, right) uses decorative molding to create a picture frame for the outline, then fills in the center with fabric-covered plywood.
This last upholstered headboard project has a twist–the fabric and batting are placed inside of two shutter frames! Using metallic paint on the wood and striking fabric for the middle gives the headboard a contemporary feel. User-friendly supplies like a staple gun and hot glue keep the process simple.
We know you would always prefer comfort and style over flashiness when it comes to duvet covers and shams. How about picking some with stripes and made of pure organic cotton? That’s double the fun, right? Stripes have always had a prominent role when it comes to fashion, be it on your body or for your home decor. Stuff made of pure organic cotton or a blend of cotton and linen has gained more fans all these years. When it comes to 100 percent cotton, it turns more exciting as you would always want to keep the ironing job for some other day.
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