Once you've decided on the feeling that you want from your headboard, take an honest look at your budget, time and comfort level with DIY projects. Then peruse our photo gallery for some inspiration, and make the headboard you've been dreaming about. This is probably the first thing you think of when you think DIY headboards. Pallets, doors, shutters, window frames, fireplace mantels and barn wood all make excellent backdrops for your bed, and the versatility that wood offers for your bedroom is practically endless.
When it comes to using wood, there are so many variations to try. To create a sleeker, contemporary headboard look, sand and slightly whitewash the wood slats so they don’t feel rough, look dirty or too rustic in appearance. For extra design appeal, try offsetting your headboard for an asymmetric effect like the image below. Take furniture and home accents and give them new life as a headboard. Some furniture-as-headboard ideas include: If you have the space, float a dresser, cabinet or desk in the room with enough space to open the drawers on one side and with the back of the furniture piece as your headboard. The best part is that you can sit lamps or other objects on the dresser to shine over you when reading in bed. If your dresser back is unfinished, paint it or line it with wallpaper.
While comfort is an essential component of sleep, we wanted to find a pillow that combined the best of both worlds. The Pacific Coast Double DownAround Firm (quite a mouthful), our pick for the best bed pillow, is technically two in one, offering both a comfortable cushion and firm support. As with most things in life, we found that the most expensive option isn‘t necessarily the best. You‘d probably be healthier sleeping on the floor than dropping on a pillow that likely won‘t ever live up to your expectations, and will cause financial strain.
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