I wanted to capture as much light as I could without the hassle of drawing curtains back and forth. I used “stained glass” film to give me the privacy I needed without losing the much needed light.
The correct lighting in any given setting is important, however in the bedroom is a key ingredient for creating a sanctuary.
I just “LOVE” this headboard project. It took my bed from BLAND to GLAM in about one day. Measure twice, cut once.
It’s hard to believe its almost time to say goodbye to 2014.
It’s time for a new calendar- or new wall art—hmm, I smell a new project…
Two-tone walls bring amazing depth of space to an area. Here I used a flat/matte black with a contrasting high gloss black. I made vertical lines of various widths to keep out the monotony. I painted the adjoining wall solid flat/matte black.
This is the Queen Headboard that matches “The Throne” chair from the previous blogpost. It turned out quite well.
This chair was something I found on the side of the road. I took it home and stared at it for about a week. I had the fabric already. I decided to redo the chair and if it worked out well I would use the rest of the fabric to create a matching headboard.