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!
Who would have thought that a mantle could serve as a frame for an upholstered headboard? The white-edged headboard below (left) may look like a re-purposed fireplace but it’s really made of foam architectural trim! Designed by Sheri Sheridan the mirrored headboard (below right) is crafted of affordable IKEA tiles creating a glossy shine.
Of course even if your bedroom is huge you can still follow this trend. Try combining three narrow bookshelf units to make a large one along an entire wall like this arrangement featured on BHG.
Or instead of building the unit around the bed just pick up a couple of bookshelf units from IKEA and place your bed directly in front of them like this gorgeous example featured on Brit + Co which has a very strong library feel to it.
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