Updating an old headboard and footboard

The combination of vivid colors in the walls and the bare wood pallets from the construction sector is quite interesting and unique.You wouldn’t expect the combination of navy blue-and-white stripes painted in the closet , green walls and such a simple wood frame at the headboard and the two wooden nightstands in a natural finish..This hand carved Indian Rosewood screen found at a flea market adds texture to the interior and an oriental touch to the bedroom.

The item was modified to fit perfectly into the design.This old hardwood board adds a natural touch and warms up the soulless industrial-looking space.In this small studio apartment is quite hard to create a focal point, but this guy managed to create it by using 1-1/2-inch MDF pieces secured to two strips of iron.The designs then escalated and became more and more ornate and aesthetically pleasing.Headboards are mostly decorative now, although they do have a certain amount of functionality.The next project of DIY headboard features an attractive door form an old furniture piece. Matching lamps on each side of the bed complement the stage for a stylish sleeping..Cleary, a wooden headboard adds style, comfort and a warm feeling to any bedroom. The bold move adds a playful note to the room, already decorated in a specific theme.They are the best we could find and they’re all equally interesting.The first project is realized from scrap materials salvaged from a burn pile. This unique headboard gets a rustic, but yet shiny glamorous feel.The square glass pieces were first painted and then with a special technique it became mirror.The frame is painted black to contrast with the white on the surrounding walls. This garden-inspired bedroom has as a headboard from a traditional white fence.

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