IKEA is always a good choice for inexpensive furniture, and many of its furniture and home decor accessories make great bases for DIY projects. Are you planning to revamp your bedroom this season? Even if you're not, you're going to love these IKEA bedroom hacks that make basic products look like brand new, unique pieces!
Do you ever just see one of those inspirational home decor photos that are super gorgeous and make you want to get yourself to the craft store for supplies? This is one of those projects. I love how this headboard turned out. And then to se that it was made with foam?!? You have to see it for yourself.
We're all adults here. We should have a headboard in at least one of the bedrooms in our home. As I write this, I'm currently shopping for one for my own boudoir. My budget is small, but my dreams are big. Here are 15 cool headboards that are queen-sized, modern, chic, and $200 or less!
A quick internet search shows that DIY headboards tend to fall into two categories: tufted or reclaimed wood (i.e. pallets). We say it's time to move beyond the obvious and try out some of these creative and totally unique headboard ideas instead!
Oh, tufting. I love the look, but am turned off by the idea of doing it myself. There are so many ways to get it wrong and it's easy to do just that. So when I saw this little shortcut, I felt a little more encouraged to tackle the trend!
Making your own upholstered headboard could be more simple than this modern sued version from The Fox and She!
Make a statement in the bedroom with a bold headboard inspired by modern, over-sized paintings!
I love this spin on the traditional upholstered headboard and, as it turns out, it's a shockingly easy DIY project, too!
We're taking last week's light-up wall art project up a notch or two with this DIY headboard idea!
I love this DIY headboard. Why? Because it would look equally amazing in a traditional or modern home!
Stuff like this always blows my mind. How does one actually make something so, well, amazing looking -- without breaking the bank and from scratch?! Fortunately, Jenny from Little Green Notebook knows the answer to that!
I always love seeing creative, affordable solutions to decor dilemmas and this DIY pegboard headboard does not disappoint!
Whether you call them trompe l'oeil or faux, these plastered-right-on-the-wall headboards are the three C's: clever, cute and CHEAP!
I'm not sure about having chalk dust rain down upon my bed, but the idea of changing up
Roundup: 10 DIY Bedroom Projects to Improve Everything From Your Style to Your Sleep!
It's bedroom month here and we're kicking things off in full Curbly fashion with a roundup of our favorite DIY bedroom projects! From headboards to lighting, we've got ten ideas to help make your life easier, more stylish, and even more restful. Ready? Let's go!
I don't know about you, but when it comes to certain pieces of furniture I can be extremely fickle. For instance, my bed. I see a new headboard I want at least every other day. Could this be the answer to my indecisiveness?
Our friend Miki has ideas that just won't stop. Wanting a headboard, but not something heavy and permanent, she came up with this brilliant, textural, tone-on-tone solution that, literally, pops off the wall.
Any guesses as to how she pulled it off. (Hint: they're super inexpensive and quite easy to use.)
Here at The Curb, we usually see clever folks turn something into a headboard, not the other way around, which makes this project even more unique. Kristi started with the head and foot board shown above and turned it into this:
Okay, okay, this is NOT a new idea. However, the execution--especially in situ--is totally fresh.
I'm genuinely impressed. The folks at Decor and The Dog actually made one of those super nice, fairly pricey ($260), and clearly complicated West Elm modern headboards.
I am grooving on this bedroom vignette from West Elm. Especially the accordion lamp ($129). It frees up the bedside table and would seem to provide light right where you need it for reading. Loving the all the other stuff in the room too, especially the ruffly shams and comforter ($29-169). Like the headboard? Check