Fun DIY Headboards

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There are so many different ways to decorate a headboard in the bedroom. The bedroom is truly a reflection of your personal style. It should be your haven and a place to escape from wherever life seems to throw at you.
When decorating a bedroom, your bed is the largest piece of furniture in the space. It has a big impact on the overall look of the room. By creating a dazzling focal point in a bedroom, it will make the room seem cozier. Here are some headboard ideas that I think are adorable and maybe this will help you with some new concepts to try yourself.
Fireplace mantel:

Decorative headboard

Decorative headboard

Photo from, Maison Reve
Salvaged door:

Distressed headboard

Distressed headboard

Dreamywhites.com
Wallpaper:

Wallpaper headboard

Wallpaper headboard

Photo, Elle Decor
Pillows:

Pillow headboard

Pillow headboard

Photo from, Better Homes & Gardens
Old window frames:

Decorative headboard

Decorative headboard

Photo from, Better Homes & Gardens

Decorative headboard

Decorative headboard

Photo from, sheknows.com
Old sign:

Antique sign headboard

Antique sign headboard

Funky Junk Interiors
Lots of Letters:

Decorative headboard with letters

Decorative headboard with letters

Photo from, DIY Design Maven
Crown Molding:

Decorative headboard

Decorative headboard

Chalkboard headboard:

Decorative headboard

Decorative headboard

Reclaimed wood:

Decorative headboard

Decorative headboard

Fabric Covered:

Decorative headboard

Decorative headboard

(All you will need is plywood, foam, batting fabric of your choice and a staple gun)

So, if you don’t have a traditional headboard, there is really no need to worry. Sometimes it’s nice to forego a typical headboard and it gives the room and fun twist and unique focal point. In smaller bedrooms it can take up an extra foot or even more with a traditional headboard. If you want to change the style, you won’t get locked into a certain look. Opt out of buying a bed-frame that includes the headboard. Personally, I would have rather had a more flexible option to try instead of the traditional look.

Hope these ideas help, please feel free to share other creative solutions that you’ve tried.
Like or dis-like any of these looks?

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Jessica Van Midde is a San Francisco Bay Area Interior Decorator and Blogger. Follow her on Twitter, Facebook or Pinterest.

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