For bedrooms that lack enough wall space a plain old bookshelf used as a headboard is one of the best ways to combine two pieces of furniture into one. Photo from Apartment Therapy
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.
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.
If modern rustic is your style then the natural-edge headboard seems like almost a must at this point! Apart from seamlessly blending with contemporary styles it also gives you great design flexibility and lets you switch to a ‘completely rustic or farmhouse’ mode with ease.
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.
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.
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.
Simple wooden panels framed beautifully or even raw unpolished wooden blocks with their distinctive pattern work brilliantly here. By keeping the backdrop as neutral as possible and the rest of the decor unassuming you can turn the headboard and along with it the bed into the focal point of the room.
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