Regular everyday bookshelves are perfect for this idea but to step up your style you can get even more creative with different styles and even custom-made units if you’re willing to go that far. For example a very rustic bedroom theme from A Beautiful Mess Antiques uses an old weathered bookshelf with lots of old books to match the lovely country bedding.
Homeowners and designers have realized quickly that even the most contemporary of spaces benefit from the ‘touch of wood’ and there are few places that gain more from its presence than the serene bedroom. And today we take a look at how a wooden headboard can define refine and accentuate the style of your personal haven!
There are times when simple equals modern and this project takes chic simplicity to a new level. To make your own plywood headboard take a trip to the local home supply store and purchase a few simple items: one large sheet of plywood sandpaper stain and sealer. Yes it’s that easy! When you’ve sanded stained and sealed your headboard set it behind the bed and enjoy the earthy statement it creates.
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.
We did already allude to the big reason why live-edge furniture and features like the reclaimed barn door are so very popular again. Many of us want to discover and re-discover our roots and once again find that connection with all things nature-centric.
A stunning slab of wood in all its glory can help accomplish this by acting as a striking headboard that either complements the theme of the room or gives it a dramatic contrasting focal point. With that in mind we have 25 inspirations for you today each one giving one more strong reason to bring home the live-edge headboard!
Using two shades of the same color when painting a headboard is both unexpected and visually interesting. Below (left) the light green stencil paint makes a monochromatic statement against the pear green wall color. Featured on Simply Seleta this project takes its inspiration from a magazine image.
We end with a headboard like no other! The magic ingredients are Luan (also spelled Lauan) plywood and metallic-sprayed painter’s tape. Staining the plywood adds contrast and using the tape to create a geometric pattern adds a retro yet modern vibe.
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