West Elm Window Headboard Copy Cat How-To
Guest Room, Elm Window, Wall Color, Diy Headboards, Diy Project, House Idea
DIY headboard tutorial - I think after all these years I may have found a headboard for my bed. And it looks super easy to make and can be painted any colour!!
West Elm Window Headboard Copy Cat How-To-love that you can see the wall color thru this headboard
Orange headboard design like Hattie's room from Parenthood. Diy headboard idea?
DIY headboard tutorial. I would do a natural stain on it.
Headboard idea West Elm Window Headboard Copy Cat How-To
DIY West Elm Window Headboard Tutorial
diy headboard for guest room
DIY Window Head Board
Here is our tutorial on how we built our West Elm Inspired window headboard (see post here for cost and time breakdown). West Elm Window Headboard Feel free to ask questions if we forget anything! Here is the plan. It is for a king sized bed. (Click here for queen dimensions.) It is weak...some day I might be a fancy blogger...but until then...you get this... 1. Buy your supplies. * One 2x4x8' * Four 2x3x8' * Five 1x2x8' (we purchased 1 extra) * Paint: (Olympic Zero VOC in white, semi-gloss) * Pocket hole screws: (#100 1 1/4") * Pocket hole jig (Kreg) * We already had/borrowed: the primer, miter saw, clamps, rollers, 90 degree angle, screw driver *affiliate links 2. Cut the lumber. You will need: * Using 2x4: cut to 75" (horizontal support on very bottom) * Using 2x3: o cut 2 - 75" pieces (top and bottom horizontal of headboard) o cut 2 - 55" pieces (side pieces) o Using your 1x2s cut: + ten 9" pieces (horizontal part of "window") + ten 18.5" pieces (vertical part of "window") # (the picture shows 20" but this takes into account the other pieces) # ten 6" pieces (for top and bottom of "window") # six 5" pieces (in between windows) 3. Lay out lumber in shape of the headboard as a dry fit. Put the good sides of the lumber (the sides you want to show) face down. Mark the back sides so you know which side to drill the pocket hole into: 4. Drill pocket holes using jig: 5. Screw headboard together. This is where math and a right angle are handy. I, obviously, was not involved in this step. I was doing useful things...like lamp shopping. 6. Sand. We used our Rockwell Sonicrafter Sander. 7. Prime. We used FastPrime2. It was in our basement. It works. I applied it with a brush and a mini-roller. It took FOREVER because there are A LOT of corners. It won't look pretty after the prime...don't get discouraged. (Also, this project would be better done in the spring/fall..instead of the dead of winter...so you don't have to paint in your mudroom...you live and you learn.) 8. 2 coats of paint. We used Olympic Zero VOC Premium white, semi-gloss. This paint is great. It doesn't smell, is good for the enviroment, covers well...and did I mention it doesn't smell. 9. Attach to your bed frame using bolts, nuts, and washers (we used some we dug up in our basement) that are long enough to go through the wood and attach to your bed frame. 10. Enjoy your inexpensive headboard! Like this project? Be sure to check out our building projects here. Don't forget to check out our other DIY projects here! Make the matching bedframe with this tutorial!
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Spray paint ceiling rosettes from home depot
Decorating Idea, Wall Art, Wall Decor, Living Room
Spray paint ceiling rosettes from Home Depot ($8-20 per rosette) -- great idea for the wall decor! Neat idea for gray/yellow living room....gray wall yellow rosettes :)
inexpensive decorating idea: paint ceiling medallions, which are used to trim out a hanging light fixture. instant wall art. LOVE!
carved, ready-made ceiling rosettes (available at home improvement stores) make an impressive eye-level wall display. Painted in graduated shades of yellow, the disks add style to a sitting room. Made of urethane, they are lightweight and easy to hang. Great decorating idea!!!
Spray paint ceiling rosettes from Home Depot ($8-20 per rosette) — great idea for the wall decor! @ DIY Home Ideas #wall #Decor #Ideas #home #trends #tips #inspiration
Painted ceiling medallions used as wall art. This exact picture is in my BHG book (501 Decorating Ideas Under $ 100). I'm planning on using this idea on one of my walls, and was trying to find a similar pic online. To my surprise, I found the exact pic from my book!
Want to do in my living room above the new couch-not sure what color tho. Ceiling Medallions from the home improvement store- painted and used as wall art!
Ceiling Medallions as Wall Art http://hometolife.co.za/renovating/funky-upcycled-wall-decor-ideas/#
Love this wall decor idea! Spray paint ceiling rosettes from Home Depot ($8-20 per rosette) — great idea for the wall decor! @ DIY Home Ideas
Wall Decor idea: spray paint ceiling rosettes from home depot
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