Unique Headboards to Spruce up Your Bedroom

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Our bedrooms can be our sanctuary giving us the much needed rest to rejuvenate our bodies. With these unique spins on how to craft a headboard to spruce up your bedroom, you can also have a unique space for which to call your haven.  Headboards created with items around your home can add whimsy, as much as, style. Pool noodles and sporting equipment can make a child’s room come alive with activity. Old shutters, reclaimed wood or rough two by fours can be cleaned, painted and mounted on the wall above your bed to showcase the old turned new for a simple change. Using an old cork board and layering satin ribbon across the board is another inexpensive way to create a unique style for your bedroom. Using baseboard pieces to create frames of mirrors, chalkboard paint and fabric can give the illusion of an expensive frame, but in reality a couple of pieces of wood painted and mounted together to create an elegant look. Draping a set of string or Christmas lights across any of these potential head boards can create ambiance at night.

Using reclaimed wood or two by fours to create a custom back drop for your room will add a down to earth feel.

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Choosing to add an old window frame to create wall art or fill the window areas with mirrors, artwork or photos that creates a designers feel to your room.

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Try using old doors or mantels to create an inspired and old style room.

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Incorporate your favorite sport as a reflection of your favorite team.

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Try using a drapery rod to hang either simple drapers or your favorite quote to awaken you to inspired thoughts.

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One thought on “Unique Headboards to Spruce up Your Bedroom

    Rowe Spurling Paint Company said:
    April 3, 2016 at 6:29 pm

    Those oars are too cute and perfect for a seaside cottage or ocean lover!

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