A Potentially Impractical Headboard Idea That’s 100 Percent Worth Trying

August 3, 2018 - photo frame

Every bedroom needs a headboard and a square of art. These are typically dual wholly apart things, though what if we total them? No need to try and suppose this—Copenhagen-based artist Christiane Spangsberg has posted a few photos of one of her large-scale works behind her gloriously unfinished bed on Instagram. Needless to say, it was adore during initial sight.

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The pivotal is an pattern so vast that all it requires to make it a headboard is environment it on a building and disposition it opposite a wall. Push your bed adult to it and you’ve strictly killed dual birds (being a grownup with a headboard and carrying something flattering in your space!) with one stone.

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Christiane’s line sketch is gorgeous, and since she’s sole out all her solo exhibitions so far, you’ll have to demeanour elsewhere for your bedroom’s pièce de résistance. Large-scale art is notoriously expensive, so we suggest going a print-a-big-photo-and-frame-it-for-cheap route.

Is this practical, given a infirmity of a glass-encased square of art? Maybe not. In reality, we shouldn’t really use a pattern as a headboard. In fact, keep your bed a few inches divided from a art. Basically, a whole thing should be an illusion. Other options: Get a less-delicate board square and mountain that fool to a wall for ultimate fortitude a la Poppytalk’s DIY next . . . or only incidentally spin one of those people who doesn’t toss and spin during night. Therefore, no limbs will incidentally beat out and hit a art askew. Good pattern is pain, people.

The inspo keeps on coming. Creative studio and blog Poppytalk blew adult a vacation print on board regulating Staples Copy Print, afterwards trustworthy it to a wall behind a bed with picture-frame unresolved hooks.