If you’re feeling really creative you can actually build your own bookshelf headboard by combining and stacking separate pieces like this gorgeous example from Love Chic Living.
A live-edge coffee table can easily become the showstopper of your living room while others might prefer the live-edge dining table and all its splendor come the busy Holiday season and its seemingly endless lineup of feasts. Having already shared those inspirations with you today we turn our attention to the bedroom.
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!
It is a DIY project that you can easily try out at home. The hardest part is of course finding that mesmerizing slab of wood that you absolutely adore. Once that is done everything else becomes a whole lot easier. If you really are not the DIY type then you can even order a one-of-a-kind bed with a live-edge wood frame and headboard from sites like Anthropologie.
Stencils add definition and polish to painted headboards. Make your own stencil or choose from many designs for sale through a variety of vendors. The tall turquoise headboard below (left) can be created by painting a rectangle on the wall with the help of a carpenter’s level and painter’s tape to keep the edges straight. Adding stenciled details finishes the project.
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!
Too much color or chic pattern can spoil the theme of the room easily as the headboard is undoubtedly the most important part of the ‘headboard wall’. Couple it with contemporary nightstands and cool floating shelves and you have a unmistakably modern and majestic bedroom.
The projects below involve applying wallpaper directly to the wall to create the illusion of a headboard. You may think the effect would be flat but the patterned paper adds alluring texture. The beauty of this blue headboard from MarthaStewart.com (below left) is the way the lines of the pattern are followed in the cutting process.
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