When it comes to decorating your room, a can of new paint, new pillows, and window pads work wonderfully to change space. But the head of the bed that ties everything together. This is the first thing you see when you walk through the door and depending on the design, it can dress up the room or make it feel comfortable.
Whether it’s a DIY weekend product, remade from an antique market or bought at a famous home store, a unique headboard can change the whole vibe of any bedroom. And because we want your room to be as high as possible, we have collected 20 unique headboards that will bring your entire room together.
For DIY Decoration:
If you consider yourself a genius with glue guns or an electric drill expert, this DIY headrest is the inspiration you need to turn your bedroom into a workshop this weekend.
1. The Mile-Long Headboard
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Honestly, you will probably never find a part of the design that is more eye-catching than this layered headboard that runs from wall to wall. Tufted in an avocado green suede, the headboard making this statement gives the impression of glam in the 70s. And if you think it might be something you can DIY for your own room dimensions, you will be right. This tutorial through Design Sponge Proves can bring you some big uproar into your room on weekends worth doing. In addition, the choice of printed fabric gives the headboard a completely new look.
2. The Cozy Wool Headboard
Have you ever heard the Danish phrase “Hygge?” This is a style (or attitude, more precisely) that celebrates pleasure, warmth, and an overall sense of pleasure when living in. This DIY headboard screams higg, and all you need is wool yarn, hook canvas, wooden canvas, and a few hours. Head to Treasures and Travels for a complete tutorial.
3. The Tapestry Headboard
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Whether you’re looking for an existing headrest or an emergency version, look no further than the beautiful rugs. Choose a thick carpet or canvas if you have one, but if not, a beautiful scarf or piece of fabric will look just as impressive.
4. Repurposed Wood Headboard
Wooden pallets are small black dresses from the world of interior design. You can dress up or dress up, and is the right choice for any DIY project. Removing a wooden slab and reusing it as a headboard is not only unique; It is the perfect addition to a rundown-chic farmhouse decoration. After you assemble your shape, leave the wood as is, or pick up a can of paint or stain to give it a completely new look.
5. The Statement Wall Headboard
Who says you need a headboard at all? Instead, skip the headboard and invest in complicated wallpapers. Making the wall behind your bed a focal point will eliminate the need for a traditional frame, without looking completely new.