Master Bedroom Before
Master Bedroom After
DIY WOOD PLANK HEADBOARD
1. You need a bed that has a flat surface on the top and sides.
2. Find some old wood about 10"-15" wide, I did not need to stain my wood it was already the color I wanted (matched my nightstands) but you could make yours any color you would like.
3. Cut your top piece first, don't not make it the size of your headboard, there should be a extra width (of the wood size) on both ends of your headboard, you want your wood at the top matching up with the side pieces.
4. Go ahead and hang the top piece (we used a nail gun).
5. Now measure from the floor to your top piece of wood, take that measurement and cut your 2 pieces of wood to that size.
6. Hang the 2 side pieces
7. Your all done, this should take about an hour to do, it's so easy and affordable!
Nightstands Available Online
Cable Knit Ottomans Available Online
Leather Bound Vintage Book can add a lot of charm to any table top.
Master Sitting Room Before
Master Sitting Room After
Design Tip: The larger the motif on panels the better they look because once you style them you will lose the design if you have a small motif.
Panels Available Online
Chairs Available Online
Coffee Table Available Online
Love these Silhouette pillow's of a man and women.
Silhouette Pillows Available Online
Love Pillow Available Online
Unique Bottle lamp
Lamp Available Online
This piece is very impressive, I used it for a dresser here but it can be many things, a server, TV console, entry console, the possibilities are endless!
Books & Jute
Guest Bedroom Before
Guest Bedroom After
Wicker Baskets as Nightstands
One of a kind shutter cabinet.
Hall Bath Before
Hall Bath After
Boys Bedroom Before
Boys Bedroom After
This is a really cool piece, it's a vintage military case, used to store bullet's in.
Girls Bedroom Before
Girls Bedroom After
Bed skirt Available Online
The Headboard is an old fence gate, it still has all of its original hardware, I fell in love with it!
Her Study Area
I hope you have enjoyed looking at The Clay Home, there is much more to come as a share my design journey with you. Please feel free to leave comments, I love to know what you think!