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A headboard can make a bold statement in any bedroom, it can accentuate the decor style and colors you use. If your bed doesn’t have a headboard or doesn’t match your space, you can make one yourself. Here are some easy tutorials to help you create a bold and creative headboard. Let yourself be inspired!

The first project is technically not a headboard, but a piece of art on the wall, although we can also call it a headboard as it is right above the bed. Everything from hexagons to triangles has become popular in recent years, and you will see them all in the resulting art. I’m a bit obsessed with the shapes and colors and I hope you get obsessed too, enjoy yourself!

String works of art are now very popular. So why not turn your headboard into a string piece of art? Such a headboard is a good idea for a minimalist, Scandinavian or just modern bedroom, and you can vary the color of the strings used. You can either attach the headboard directly to the wall or to your bed frame. Have fun!

Color blocking is a very trendy idea to add color to your space and of course you can implement it anywhere you want, including in bedrooms. This lacquered colored plywood headboard is a fun idea to add a pop of color to your bedroom space and it is very easy to make. Vary the colors to your liking and make your bedroom trendy and bright!

Vintage frames add a sophisticated feel to any room no matter how you use them. This step-by-step tutorial will show you how to upcycle a frame into a headboard – it’s very quick and easy to create! Such a gorgeous and exquisite headboard will add sophistication to your bedroom. When the part is ready, put the headboard where you want it and press the bed against it. If the headboard sits too low, stand the SUVs on the ground and place the headboard on top.

You can make a DIY headboard out of almost any decorative wall panel. Take some measurements and attach the panels to the wall at the head of your bed. This headboard DIY project is easy to complete, can be installed in less than an hour, and is affordable! You can also paint the panels however you like if you want to add a touch of color to the bedroom.

If you’ve gotten into the cozy, ornate look of fluffy, woven wool roving projects – but keeping the warp and weft threads in mind makes you dive for the blankets – then we have the perfect project for you. This DIY headboard swaps out a loom for a strategically cut piece of canvas, meaning any aspiring fiber artist can pull off this soft and squishy statement piece – even without prior weaving experience.

This pretty and colorful headboard is made with MDF cutouts and vintage flower petals. It makes your bedroom bright, chic, and a bit vintage, and such a headboard can be styled and redesigned as many times as you want – just change the fabric under the panels.

If you need a headboard idea with a relaxed and modern feel, here is a proper tutorial! In this project, we will teach you how to make a cool modern headboard with pillows that will make reading in bed very comfortable. I love the combination of jeans pillows, a copper holder, and leather loops if you do too – just go to the source to make them.

Decorating your windows for Christmas is always a good idea because, firstly, windows can add a lot to the festive decor, and secondly, not every room can accommodate a Christmas tree, and if you want to party without a tree, window decor is essential.

There are many ways to decorate your windows for the coming holidays: paint on them, attach paper decorations and stickers directly to the glass, hang ornaments, wreaths and garlands of various kinds. Let's take a look at the best and easiest window decoration ideas to get your room ready for the holidays.

If you're looking for a cute, easy, and inexpensive way to decorate your windows for Christmas, this is the perfect project. All the materials were bought from a dollar store so it won't cost you much. The ornaments are in traditional colors, but you can opt for any other one.

Here is another easy dollar store craft! Go to the dollar tree and get some large plastic snowflakes. Spray them if you want, then hang them up with twine.

Add a pretty Christmas booty to your window treatments with a large bead garland. Drape some string of garlands over the curtain rod and secure them to the back of the rod with tape. For the finishing touch, wire elegant glass balls to the garland ends and cover the balls with green.

These are easy kid crafts that can be done with your toddler and children. These pretty, bold paper ornaments are made in a short amount of time, and then you can attach them all together on the windows.

This decorating idea won't take time if you have all the supplies on hand. Add two different sized mercury glass cords and a fun window sill vignette for a cool festive window.

This is my favorite window decoration idea, so cute and easy! Attach a length of thread of all different lengths to each ornament. Tie a knot in the thread and set it aside. When all of the ornaments are threaded, wrap the thread over the rod and bring the ornament back through. Hang the ornaments at different heights.

Do your kids love to cut out snowflakes? If so, it's high time to use it to decorate your windows! Secure the snowflakes in place using the methods you want, and you can add some quotes too.

Do you love pine cones? Simply cut lengths of thread or fishing line, tie one end to the pinecone, and tie the other end to your curtain rod or tape it to the wall. Vary the height of the pine cones for visual interest.

Make these beautiful and natural snowflakes with your glue gun! Read the full tutorial on how to make cute and how to put it on the windows.

Let these little bittersweet wreaths hang on the window, they add a festive touch. Read how to create them in the source.

These amazing paper decorations are super easy to make as there are free templates for everyone! simply print out, cut out and attach to the windows. You can also ask your kids to do this and let them experiment with the prints.

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Warwick Zach Godfrey is a farmer with a happy marriage. He also writes about plants on various blogs.

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