Bedroom. Wednesday , November 29th , 2017 - 23:12:13 PM
There are times when simple equals modern, and this project takes chic simplicity to a new level. To make your own plywood headboard, take a trip to the local home supply store and purchase a few simple items: one large sheet of plywood, sandpaper, stain and sealer. Yes, it’s that easy! When you’ve sanded, stained and sealed your headboard, set it behind the bed and enjoy the earthy statement it creates.
An alternative to crafting a wallpaper headboard is wallpapering the headboard itself! Trace the outline of your headboard of choice, cut the wallpaper to fit it perfectly, then cover the headboard in its new coat. Choose a whimsical wallpaper for a fun effect! This zigzag headboard has a similar effect as the wallpaper headboards above, but the supply of choice is fabric stiffened with starch. With the help of an iron and an eye-catching pattern, the results are crisp and clean!
With a white-painted wooden framework and a wooden ladder that adds to its dynamic looks, these cool bunk beds are much nicer than the versions we’ve been used with so far. On top of that, they’re really functional given that you’ll be able to hide everything you want as there’s plenty of under-bed storage space. For those parents fearing that the design is not safe, don’t, it is. Those recessed metal fasteners not only provide solid structural security, they are also edge-free which means your kids will not scratch themselves while going up and down the ladder, or playing.
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