When your child grow into toddler from baby, you might want to consider spend your modest budget for single bed. Use items you recover from discount store, a flea market, or the paint shop or appealing scrap from around the house to build the headboard for a twin bed. Whether in form of a window shade or a solid panel of old wood, you can easily create headboard cheaply. Doing it yourself allow you to save enough for a new set of bed linens.
You will have a place to hang many hats in a girls’ room with a headboard and pretty bed canopy. Strut open silk or paper umbrella, remove the rear section of the spokes, and make a half-canopy over the single bed by mounting the umbrella on the wall. Below the umbrella-canopy, organize an assortment of beautiful straw boaters and other attractive hats. Mount more cute hooks and add more hats to the wall.
With the width size of a single size bed, spread a bamboo shade out. Screw eye hooks over the bed into ceiling joists. Attach with the shade three cords about one-third down from the head. On the wall behind the head of the single bed, mount decorative curtain rod holders. Extend the bamboo shade to the wall, arrange it into a trivial curve over the bed, and use the curtain rod to secure in place. Let the rest of the shade hangs flat down against the wall as a draped faux canopy above the bed and headboard.
Reclaimed Shutters and Siding
Install vertical distressed old louvered shutter or worn barn boards behind the bed. Trim the wood with the size away from the bed frame on every side. Hang small bud vases or planters by chains or ribbons with S hooks mounted to the louvers or rustic hooks to the barn board. Hook the headboard with the picture wires behind framed photographs. Apply the old wood with white paint for a shabby-chic-style bedroom. Spice a boho bedroom up by adding on some variety of bright-colored graffiti or paint. Smooth off any coarse spots and apply clear lacquer to seal the distressed wood.
Behind the bed, Paint a solid color to the wall. Forms the headboard from the skyline made of a cut-out silhouette stick-on wall mural attached behind the bed on the wall. Cut out mural pieces into shapes like trees, planes, clouds or birds and create a scene by stick them separately on the wall. You could also cover apply chalkboard paint on wall and use contrasting colored or white chalk to draw a headboard. For everlasting result, apply clear matte adhesive spray over the chalked-on single bed headboard.