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February 15, 2013
If you are a believer in Feng Shui, I am told that headboards in the bedroom provide stability.
I wouldn't know about that, but if you were to take a peek at some of these fabulously easy to re-create headboards, homemade headboards will certainly feature prominently in your near future!
Aquarium in my Room
Okay! So this is not one of the super easy homemade headboards we are talking about. But isn't it magical enough to get you interested in what you can achieve?
Picket Fence Headboard
Spruce up your teen girls bedroom with this soft and ultra feminine picket fence headboard. I love the big daisy flowers holding up the canopy.
Would you believe you can actually make this adorable castle headboard yourself? Why would you ever want to buy a headboard again?
I simply love the idea of a chalkboard headboard. Your child can create new art everyday. You could also write some cute messages for him like "wake up on the bright side!!" or "Dream Wild Dreams Tonight".
The internet is alive with creative headboard ideas of re-purposing old doors, windows and even wooden planks. My favorite of the lot is this one though. A recycled dresser mirror gives the beautiful curves and a subtle elegance to the bed.
Sports Themed Headboard
If themed bedrooms are more your style, these specific sports themed headboards are sure to inspire. Taking these examples you can re-create any sport your child is involved in.
Fairy Lights Headboard
A night light and headboard in one! This amazing headboard will have all your kids' friends squealing in delight.
I love tall headboards. I think they make the bed look oh-so-luxurious. And this is so easy, I might decide to give it a try. All you need is a custom frame and wallpaper. Hmmm...
Homemade Headboards in Shared Bedrooms
Whether you design different headboards as above in the girls shared bedroom or keep the same look as shown in the boys bedroom, these twin headboards define the individual space of each child.
I hope this issue of our Decor 4 Kids ezine has got you raring at the bit for some homemade headboards of your own. Visit the local thrift stores, start checking out more yard sales. Keep your eyes peeled for new ideas for creative headboards.
Hope you had a wonderful Valentine's Day yesterday.
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