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The headboard version of THE M rest on the top of the mattress. 2 leather straps serve as loops for wall mounting. Remember to buy headboard hangers separately in our shop. The headboard is made in the finest handpicked aniline leather. Every hide has its

DIY Upholstered Headboard Tutorial - for Remodelaholic

These DIY Headboard Project Ideas will show you how to make a headboard from items such as wallpaper, fabric, wood shims, old shutters, and ceiling panels.

When slotted together, a French cleat is one of the strongest, easiest and most affordable ways to hang heavy items onto a wall.

A French cleat is a way to hang heavy items onto walls. A single piece of wood is split in two at a angle. Alternatively, two pieces of wood are cut at angles to fit one on top of the other. Use a French cleat for mounting shelves and bookcases on a wall.

mini shelves = less tables

Good idea, Small Wall shelves by light switch at door, out of the way place to hold guest & photographer's belongings tuckbox copy.

The pendant light is from <a href="" target="_blank">One Forty Three</a>.

Our Designer's Ultra Minimal Live/Work Space


DIY Cupcake Holders

Instead of headboad for one of spare rooms picture ledge and stools either side.Picture ledge above bed. Easy to change artwork and cheaper than large print. Just not in white wash everything.

I like the way they attached the headboard to the wall.

(french cleat) Step-by-step project guide on how to build a king-sized pallet headboard from scratch. This style headboard can be made for any size bed.

Norsu Interiors | Exciting Updates Reader Offer

It is always a huge pleasure bringing you updates from our dear friends at Norsu Interiors, and today is no exception. Talented owners Kristy Sadlier and Nat Wheeler who I have so much admiration for

LED adjustable metal wall lamp MIRA | Wall lamp - @davidegroppi

"Light should not interpret architecture; it must transform it!" - EDWARD P. BARTOLOMEW - ("Mira" Wall Led Lamp designed by Omar Carraglia for Davide Groppi Lighting)