COTE DE TEXAS
Last year, I was invited to tour a house by a mutual friend of the owners who thought I would like to show it on the blog. I was all ready to go with the story back then, but there were still a few things that had been ordered by the interior designers that had yet to be installed. So, we decided to wait for these last few finishing touches and now, it’s all ready for its debut. Most houses in this inner loop neighborhood are very nice, but this house stands out even among all the others…
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First Project- reclaimed wood look Queen headboard!
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Reclaimed-Wood Look Headboard, King Size
Simplicty and the beauty of solid wood come to together in this headboard to transform a room. This easy project can be completed in just a few hours. Available in all standard bed sizes. Special thanks to Nicole at Create and Delegate for sharing her photos.
13 ideas para tener una habitación vintage
Our master bedroom, I got the idea from a pottery barn catalog for the headboard, we used an old barn door, cost 30 bucks for the door plus the lacker to seal it, and it was about 300 at pottery barn! Then we did a collage of vintage mirrors and vintage along with some newer picture frames and just painted them all shades of white!
Submitted By: Ashley Boston Original Shanty2Chic project it was inspired by: https://www.shanty-2-chic.com/2014/07/diy-pallet-headboard.html Project (URL): Time to Complete: 4 Hours Total Cost: $50 Finishing Details: My dad tore down an old barn and we had tons