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Give your kid a one-of-a-kind headboard they will love.
Put children's artwork on display by turning their headboards and walls into an art gallery. Create a colorful backdrop by painting a plain headboard one solid color. Next, hang children's artwork in a grid formation. (You can also use images from a favorite book for the headboard display.) On the wall, affix a short length of rope between two eye hooks and use clothespins to hold projects in place.
This massive headboard is the perfect fit for a little girl who loves to play princess. To keep a regal look, the scallop design at the top of the headboard looks like a castle with a modern twist.
Think of this headboard as alphabet soup for your tween. Find vintage and new letters at flea markets, online auctions, catalogs, or signage shops.
A bright bed frame and headboard fill a tween's bedroom with vibrant color. Pink posts draw attention to the bed. A large artist's canvas hung between the posts highlights the head of the bed. This artwork is a quick and easy project, and the colorful stripes bring together all the colors in the bedroom.
A bedroom that boasts robots on the walls, stars on ceiling, and color everywhere requires a headboard that's just as creative. Two large shadow boxes are all it takes to top the bed and continue the room's creative motif. Hang multiple frames side by side to cover the width of the bed. Fill each frame with fabric or decorative paper that complements the theme on the wall.
Homeowners used Madonna's first children's book, The English Roses, as the theme for this one-of-a-kind room. To get this look, feature a life-size version of an image from the book on a headboard.
Inexpensive plastic fishbowls were used to create this unique headboard perfect for the kid who loves to play outdoors!
How to Make It
-- Wrap wire under the lip of each bowl, twist to tighten, and form a small loop.
-- Attach each loop to a nail in the wall.
-- Fill the bowls with the plants of your choice.
Your kids can dream about future travels with this easy-to-make map-covered headboard.
How to Make It
-- Gather your paper maps.
-- Use decoupage medium to adhere them to a tired old headboard.
-- Then let it dry.
This headboard looks like a giant pillow. It's so soft and fluffy, you won't have to worry about your little one jumping on this bed!