Cute for guest room, have been thinking about making my own headboard....would be so hard...some wood, pillow stuffing or even microfiber bed cover and cut up(could make and sell some), nail/staple gun...a little work on the sewing machine, and some hand stich buttons on--sounds difficult, but i've done stuff like this--easy peasy.
What a good idea!
Fabric scraps + cork = bulletin board. Love the round cork boards.
In the master bedroom, the wall behind the bed features a blushy-pink metallic paint, while the other walls, headboard, and drapery panels carry only the palest of pink hues. Gray lotus-pattern bedding and a herringbone tweed chair help cut the femininity of all of the pink. Two fur-covered ottomans at the foot of the bed and a large circular chandelier overhead add unique texture.
headlamp car lights repurposed for interior lighting
Gallery Walls, great layouts
8 brilliant buys every inch of space counts in a kitchen - click through our gallery to discover Good Housekeeping's choice of the best spacesavers around. Here's the first...Hang it all. Hang everything from pan lids to utensils - ideal for kitchens without wall cupboards. Grundtal system, from £1.95 for an S-hook and £2.93 for a rail, Ikea (0845 355 1141; www.ikea.com).
Love the idea of hanging pots and pans from the wall (can't have them hang from the ceiling since DH is over 6' tall) and the hanging spice rack.
Frame old recipes for the kitchen