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  • Alexandra Miller

    DIY HEADBOARD WITH LEDs... Mood lights always help to create romantic ambiance in a bedroom. You can make this headboard as large as you want and paint to match your decor. The process is quite simple. Build a simple wood frame from 2x4s, and add crossbeams. Drill small holes to put cords through in the bottom of each opening. Paint your frame and screw to the wall. Fill each space with lights and connect all cords. Cut translucent panels from polycarbonate sheet & fix to the frame with screws.

  • Catherine Napoli

    DIY Headboard Ideas | Apartment Therapy Christmas lights headboard

  • Allison Moore

    DIY Headboard Idea: Polycarbonate Sheeting and Christmas lights. LED string lights would be a green choice.

  • Elizabeth Reid

    DIY Headboard Idea: Polycarbonate Sheeting and Christmas lights! Great idea for my bedroom

  • Melissa Tomaske

    DIY Headboard idea --- babys room instead of a head board maybe ceiling

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