34 ý tưởng tự thiết kế đầu giường

Do It Yourself (DIY) is a term used to describe building, modifying , repairing or any kind of activity done by yourself, without help from a professional. This term came into common use in the ’50s when people started to do things around the house by themselves , that is why it refers to home improvement. In recent years the term DIY has taken a larger meaning, covering now a wide range of skill sets and it is somehow related to Arts and Crafts, offering in the same time the strongest fact about DIY, it provides an alternative to modern consumer’s culture emphasis on relying on others to satisfy your own needs. The DIY movement is represents a re-introduction of the old pattern of personal involvement and use of skills in any materials aspect of living. This major movement is supported by publications world-wide providing ideas and techniques, like we do now.

This DIY segment is for Head Board projects, completed with a lot of ideas and “how to”. Don’t be afraid to think out of the box and unleash your imagination to create something unique on your own taste. Some time is easy, some time is a little bit tricky, but be sure that you will be creating something original and amazing with  you own hands. The whole idea is to create something unique without spending too much money.

These 34 diy headboard ideas exposed here are not competing with each other, by the contrary these are the best projects we could find to show you, and all of them are equally interesting.

 

  1. Headboard from salvaged materials.

    The first project is realized from scrap materials salvaged from a burn pile. The main item is  an old door paired beautifully with a vintage gate taken from a  waste dump. The arrangement took a little bit of imagination and spray paint and the result is like a crown for the king-size bed. Now , can you imagine your own “sleeping throne”.{found on funkyjunkinteriors}.

  2. Metal headboard.

    This one is really simple, but ingenious. Who knew that metal roofing could be so stylish? This unique headboard gets a rustic, but yet shiny glamorous feel. It was possible by cutting into this shape a piece of corrugated tin. This common, traditional texture of the material can be recognized, but this  $30 headboard is anything but ordinary.{found on Kara Paslay blog}.

  3. Old door headboard.

    A pair of reclaimed old doors add a tremendous visual weight  to this dreamy bedroom. The airy bedroom is enhanced by plenty of natural light and  white painted walls. Also into the room can be found other vintage elements starting with the sparkling chandelier.{found on Dreamy Whites blog}.

  4. Original headboard using store signs.

    This projects shows the diversity of item you can use to create an original headboard. This one is realized with a reclaimed convenience store sign that looks as good as new and a beautiful eye-catching backdrop for a daybed. The theme provided by the sign is not everything to this room but its historic significance makes its owner to almost  taste those times.{found on funkyjunkinteriors}.

  5. Indian headboard project.

    This hand carved Indian Rosewood screen found at a flea market adds texture to the interior and an oriental touch to the bedroom. Hand crafted objects have a lot more value and it establishes a connection between the  two persons involved. The four-panel screen fits perfectly above the king-size bed.{found on Adeeni Design Group}.

  6. Natural Wood Headboard.

    In this modern loft bedroom with white walls and modern appliances the missing piece to a complete  interior can be this an organic element. This old hardwood board adds a natural touch and warms up the soulless industrial-looking space.{pics by Daniel Bodenmiller}

  7. Eye catching headboard.

    In this  small studio apartment is quite hard to create a focal point,  but this guy managed to create it by using 1-1/2-inch MDF pieces secured to two strips of iron. This way he created a striking  headboard that extends all the way to the ceiling to create a visual interest and to redefine the space. I can imagine that this couldn’t cost very much, exactly how we want it: cool and cheap!{found on roomzaar}.

  8. Shutter Headboard.

    Depending on your interior setting you can fit only some parts and elements. A cool way to create a headboard that kind of goes anywhere is with these unfinished shutters. This brings a bit of texture into the room among decorative letters and pillows.{found on hgtv}.

  9. Headboard from pallets.

    Probably the simplest headboard  ever  can be found in this room. The combination of vivid colors in the walls and the bare wood pallets  from the construction sector is quite interesting and unique. You wouldn’t expect the combination of navy blue-and-white stripes painted in the closet , green walls and such a simple wood frame at the headboard and the two wooden nightstands in a natural finish.{found on Lakeitha Duncan}.

  10. Headboard from old bard window.

    This interesting headboard is from an old barn window.  The item was modified to fit perfectly into the design. The square glass pieces were first painted and then with a special technique it became mirror. The frame is painted black to contrast with the white on the surrounding walls. So in this case country goes contemporary.{found on Birdhouse Interiors}.

  11. Headboard from white fence.

    This garden-inspired bedroom  has as a headboard from a traditional white fence.  This unique item is paired with sunny yellow walls and the country side bedding. Overall the room gets a fresh spring feel, a perfect way to get up in the morning relaxed, with the batteries charged, ready for another day.{found on roomzaar}.

  12. Diy headboard with shelves from a old door.

    The next project of DIY headboard features an attractive door form an old furniture piece. As a bonus, it has a small shelve above. Great for all sorts of decorative objects . As we can see  the room’s theme contain also another great antique piece of bed stand . Matching lamps  on each side of the bed complement the stage for a stylish sleeping.{found on S Interior Design}.

  13. A rustic turuoise headboard.

    Cleary, a wooden headboard adds style, comfort and a warm feeling to any bedroom. A turquoise wooden headboard adds a lot more. The bold move adds a playful note to the room, already decorated in a specific theme. It’s cheap and bold and I think it suits very well a young couple.{found on Ana-White}.

  14. Add elegance with an upholstered headboard.

    This is the perfect example of a statement piece in the bedroom. The interesting item is designed and implemented quite easy. The over-the-top upholstered headboard has been created using simple materials like glue, staple and basic sewing skills. Up, until the ceiling this upholstered headboard adds height to the room.{found on Isabella & Max Rooms}.

  15. Cover with fabrics.

    Another possibility of design if you already have an old headboard is to cover it up with fabrics, or combinations of fabric and  simple paint.  This headboard is covered in a simple fabric and adds an  interesting note to the room.{found on Holly Mathis}.

  16. Headboard custom look.

    This bedroom setting is perfect. The  brick work is beautifully exposed and enhanced with perfect white sheets and a matching headboard. It is made from a simple  canvas board. The  low cost process took a standard canvas board and embellished it with nail head trim. This no sew project has the same look as an upholstered designer headboard.{found on Designer Dan Faires}.

  17. White decal for headboard.

    This projects  it’s so easy to make it doesn’t need any kind of instructions. You can easily place a stark white decal to contrast with the really bold color on the wall in a playful room.  With this simple instructions, only the sky is the limit. My personal opinion is that this looks like a big red barn, playful though and very youthful.{found on Vanessa De Vargas }.

  18. Upholstered Nailhead Trim Headboard.

    Similar like the one presented above this headboard is a very simple project to do in your free time. Building this nail head trim headboard allows you to choose exactly the fabric you want from the local Home Depot. The result is beautiful and creates and interesting contrast with the environment.{found on casasugar}.

  19. Diy headboard from folding closet doors.

    A cool way to create an headboard is with folding closet doors and  garnished with decorative paper pasted into middle and secured to the wall. I bet that this is very simple to construct and if you have all the materials around the house , if not try your grandma’s attic.{found on jessicaclairesworld}.

  20. Use big pictures to create unique headboards.

    One of my favorite ways to achieve a modern bedroom is like in this case over here. Take a large piece of artwork and put it behind your bed. It’s that simple. Choose  a picture that matches your décor and you can give your room personality very easy. {found on messagenote }.

  21. Bold colors for headboard.

    Until now, we had all sorts of bedrooms but not a single children’s bedroom. This project features two small beds with  two fantastic looking headboards. A really bold color and pattern animates the place, making the kid’s room playful, catching their attention and interest.{found on glanceatbeauty}.

  22. Diy a beafutiful headboard from plates.

    A very interesting idea of a headboard is this project. This collection of plates was found on a flea market  and gave the idea to spruce up the bed with a very small amount of money. If you’re into that kind of thing, take this into consideration, because indeed the result is fantastic.{found on newlyweddiaries}.

  23. Wood headboard.

    This projects over here highlights not necessarily the need for a headboard to obtain a cool effect into the design. The same result can be achieved with this  architectural piece.  In the right place and interior setting this arrangement can be very attractive, changing the room completely.{found on artdeco.blox.pl}.

  24. Chalkboard paint headboard.

    A tremendous DIY  HeadBoard project is represented by this one, right here. It’s simple to build but you may need certain special materials like the chalkboard paint. The item consists of a wood cutout, painted with the  chalkboard paint, a dustless chalk to write and draw everyday  whatever you think is important, and a nice vintage silhouette. It couldn’t turn  better!{found on The Inglenook Decor}.

  25. Salvaged barnwood headboard.

    This one over here, was born with the need of a headboard. Some leftover oak boards quickly became the main “ingredient” to a meaningful item. The process of cutting some wooden boards, screwing some supporting elements in it and some clear spray paint isn’t  that hard to do. The result, as you can see creates a focal point over the bed and animates the bedroom.{found on designsponge}.

  26. Fabic headboard.

    I bet nobody attempted this at home. This brilliant idea of creating a headboard that isn’t really a headboard occurred in the lack of not having some scrap material to make a real one. The projects consists in taking a piece of fabric, cut it in any shape you like , apply liquid starch, so it becomes removable and then iron the board straight on the wall. The result is amazing, you get the appearance of a proper upholstered headboard.{found on metalandmud}.

  27. Diy Tufted Headboard.

    This project took 6 hours to complete and for under 100 bucks is the best tufted headboard I’ve ever seen.  It requires a little more supplies like foam, plywood, a few bolts and some fabric but the resulting piece totally worth it. Just look at it! It resembles very well a really expensive leather couch, and the contrast is marvelous.{found on apartmenttherapy}.

  28. Turn your mantel fireplace into a headboard.

    There are more ways to create a headboard that you could ever imagine. This one for example is made from  mantelpiece. Normally destined for a fireplace this unusual item is now facing a whole new “job description” . Not only the idea looks interesting but the original worn finish of the mantel as well.{found on apartmenttherapy}.

  29. Headboard with ikea furntiure.

    The next project , although  the Mandal is from Ikea is still a DIY.  This item was used for a slightly different  purpose , other that is was made for.  So, stacked  high against the wall this is a legit headboard with shelves for books and  other decorative objects. It fits perfectly in the room, thanks to other wooden parts and materials.{found on apartmenttheraypy}.

  30. Chalkboard headboard.

    This is as simple as it looks. Just take an old  big chalkboard with a nice wooden frame and use it as a headboard.  The really cool thing about it , is that every day it could look different thanks the space offered to draw funny things or write messages. In this way , you transform your bedroom in a fun place, with changing moods, depending on how you’re feeling at any given moment.{found on ap}.

  31. Bold headboard fabrics.

    If your bed has gone naked for too long and you think it’s time  for some kind of headboard you can choose to make a cushy one, to enjoy leaning against it. Whatever  the interior and the bed size, a nice bold print will definitely spice things up.  The whole project can’t take long to complete and so you can experiment with your own ideas until you get what you like.{found on I Suwannee}.

  32. Old door headboard.

    As we shown earlier doors are a very common encounter in many headboard projects. Very often old doors are made from hard wood and very resistive through years. That is why people use them a lot, but no door is like other  and every project is different.  The main idea is to look good and to be inexpensive, the rest is left to your imagination.{found on ap}.

  33. Mirror headboard.

    A headboard made out from an old mirror is hardly something new, but it has its advantages. Reflects light, and in a small place could be a very good thing, and because it reflects anything it doesn’t create a focal point , giving in the same time a sense of height and space into the environment.{found on here}.

  34. Upholstered otomi headboard.

    Great designs can be achieved as well with inexpensive materials and techniques. The condition is to pick up the good things from stuff you like and then transpose them into your own creation. There isn’t a limit for what is beautiful and what is not as long as you like it and fits to your interior. This original headboard was made from a particular textile, called the otomi fabric. It is hand made by the otomi Indians of central Mexico and in its design are figured animals that seem to dance around.{found on designsponge}.

Well, you’ve seen it! These are the most interesting DIY headboard ideas and projects. All you have to do now is to take all these wonderful ideas and to put them in your own project. By the way, which one do you like the most?

 

Source: Homedit

Tu sửa lại căn hộ nhỏ tại Madrid

Small places can also be beautiful and pleasant. In fact, it could more inviting and warm just because of its small dimensions. For example, let’s take a look at this beautiful place in Madrid. The design was created by Paloma Martínez Gil, Argensolacuatro Architecture Study. What you see here is actually a redesign and restructure of an already existing house.

The original place had a small living room, two bedrooms, a bathroom and a kitchen. The space available was limited and there wasn’t anything drastic that the designers could do. The changed made were regarding the distribution of the rooms and the interior décor.

 

The new rooms were airy and created the impression of a larger space. The windows were replaced with larger ones that completely changed the perspective and let in more natural light. The floor was divided into two areas, night and day, two almost symmetrical spaces. The living room, dining room and the kitchen represent one area while the private rooms are on the other side. They are two independent spaces and in order to create this division the walls had to be removed and repositioned.

As you can see, just because a house or apartment has a certain design this doesn’t mean you have to live with it the rest of your life even though you wish it was different. You can always make changes according to your preference and this is long-term change that will contribute to a pleasant family life.{found on micasarevista}

Source: Homedit

Chọn đồ đạc hợp lý nhất cho nhà nhỏ

Thời nay ngày lại càng nhiều người than phiền về căn hộ với không gian nhỏ và nhiều hạn chế của họ. Cho dù bạn mua nhà hay thuê nó, nhà, căn hộ, nhà thuê hay phòng ở cũng đều phải tính đến không gian nhỏ. Và tất cả những điều này đều liên quan đến giá bất động sản.

Nếu bạn ở trong một không gian nhỏ, chẳng có  lý gì mà bạn lại chịu bị giam cầm trong đó như thể đây là vấn đề mọi ngưuời đều gặp phải. Việc bạn thực sự cần làm bây giờ là chọn những đồ dùng hợp lý nhất với không gian nhỏ đó sao cho căn nhà trông có vẻ được thiết kế ra hồn, và bạn có thể sống thoải mái ở đó.

Let’s explore some of the tips that shall help you to choose best furniture for small spaces –

1) To begin, start with the selection of lightweight and modern furniture that is compact and unobtrusive. Basically, these types of furniture would be the ones that are low to the ground and feature simple and straight lines. In addition, also try to choose furniture with legs as light will be allowed to travel, and the room shall appear spacious. Furniture pieces that allow light to travel through them are also a good selection. For instance, glass furniture.

2) Most of the people make the common mistake of picking up a bunch of small pieces to decorate small spaces. However, this is completely wrong as it gives way to cluttered look, and the space gets broken up. Instead of a bunch of pieces, select few (two or three) furniture pieces of a large profile. Large furniture pieces will allow the eye to move slowly across the room and will create the feeling of spaciousness.

3) Selection of wall mounted furniture for small spaces is also a terrific option. This takes less space and also frees the floor space. A wall mounted desk, a wall mounted dining table, and a wall mounted console are some popular options of the wall mounted furniture. If mounting is not the right solution for you, consider folding tables and chairs that can be folded when not in use to create extra space.Alternatively, you may also settle for furniture with wheels or simply add wheels to your furniture pieces. This will make the furniture pieces more functional.

4) When choosing furniture for small spaces try and select the pieces in monochromatic color tones. Monochromatic color scheme is made of basic color tones in varied hues. If you have already purchased furniture, then consider investing in slip covers.

Source: homedit

Đi thuê nhà

Lâu rồi không đi thuê nhà, đi thuê mới thấy lại bị hớ, bao kinh nghiệm ngày trước mà không chịu thuộc:

- Đi xem nhà phải từ 2 người trở lên

2 người sẽ bổ sung cho nhau, một người nói chuyện làm lạc hướng chủ nhà, người kia quan sát, tìm tòi, sau đó đổi vai. Cái này quan trọng lắm nhé. Hôm nọ mình đi xem, cả 2 cùng quây lấy chủ nhà hỏi thăm, sau rồi mới phát hiện ra mải nghe chủ nhà nói, không đo nên cái phòng họ kêu 25 m2 thực chất chỉ có 18m2, merde chứ, hầu như nhà cho thuê nào cũng hét vống cái kích thước lên, được 20m2 đúng đã là thiên đường rồi.

- Đi xem nhà nên đi ban ngày, có quay trở lại xem qua vào ban tối
Đi xem ban ngày thì còn có ánh sáng, biết nhà hướng nào (cái này có thể mang la bàn hoặc GPS đi xem, hoặc giờ có google earth cũng suy ra được nhưng mà vẫn không bằng), biết nhà có thoáng không.. Ban tối quay lại ngó qua xem khu đó có ồn không, buổi tối mọi người thường đi làm về nên nhiều khu nhà ban ngày rất thoáng, đến tối chật chội, không có chỗ lách vào vì xe cộ để chật cả lối đi. Ngoài ra còn hàng xóm ầm ĩ…

- Nói chung không nên thuê ngay sau khi xem xong trừ trường hợp hoàn hảo như mơ. Nhà nào cũng có cái không được, xem xong về cân nhắc rồi mới thuê sẽ tốt hơn. Nói chung chẳng có nhà nào cho thuê ngay được đâu mà phải lo.

- Ngó kỹ đồ dùng trong nhà. Mình mới bị một vố. Đi xem kỹ lưỡng, nhà mới xây xong, cửa sổ kiểu Euro Windows mới cóng còng còng nên không để ý. Giờ về mới phát hiện ra là cái cửa đó đóng vào, khóa vào rồi, đẩy nhẹ là bật ra. TSKM nhà nó.

- Chủ nhà khoe cái gì cũng phải kiểm tra (cái này thay cho câu trên nữa). TSKM chứ, hôm nọ hỏi chủ nhà là phơi đồ ở đâu, nó bảo trên sân thượng có thoải mái chỗ cho em. Yên tâm tưởng giống nhà cũ, cả 1 tầng để phơi đồ. Đặt tiền nhà rồi lên mới thấy nó xây thêm 2 phòng trên đó, còn lại, chỗ hành lang, nó mắc 4 sợi dây song song cao chót vót trên nóc, nghĩa là mấy cái phòng tầng trên đi đi lại lại sẽ chui qua đống quần áo mà mình phơi. Ngó xuống từng tầng, hóa ra trên hành lang nó cũng phơi thế. Ngu đek chịu được, hành lang thì kín, phơi thế nước rỏ tong tong, mà phơi thế, đứa ở nhà ngoài nó tức nó chọc quần áo một tẹo thì toi đời nhà ma.

Đừng bảo anh khó tính, cứ thuê mới biết, những cái nhỏ nhặt nhưng mà mình tiếp xúc với nó hàng ngày, không tử tế hoặc khó chấp nhận thì sẽ ớn dài dài đấy.

 

(còn tiếp, khi nào nghĩ ra sẽ update)

Ý tưởng tiết kiệm không gian tuyệt vời cho căn hộ nhỏ

Christian Schaller là  một nhiếp ảnh gia sống tại một căn hộ rất thú vị ở Barcelona.  Căn hộ trông rất xinh xắn cho dù thực sự nhỏ, chỉ tính theo mét vuông, hoàn toàn không đủ để sinh sống. Nhưng vì Barcelona là một thành phố châu Âu rất cổ, người ta phải đấu tranh để có được từng cm để sinh sống và mọi thứ đều rất đắt đỏ.


Cho nên hầu hết các nhiếp ảnh gia đều thích sống trong các căn hộ rất nhỏ, có cửa sổ mở ra sân thượng và theo cách đó họ đã được sống trong một thành phố lớn với chi phí nhẹ nhàng hơn. Tôi biết có nhiều cách để tiết kiệm không gian nhưng lần này thực sự là tôi phải thú nhận là hết sức ấn tượng. Khi bạn bước vào căn hộ nhỏ đó lần đầu, trông nónhư một gian phòng trống với mọi thứ trên tường đều được ốp gỗ. Nhưng nếu bạn có cơ hội ở lại vài phút nữa thôi, bạn sẽ nhận ra thực sự căn phòng có đủ mọi thứ của một căn hộ, chỉ là chúng được cất giấu rất khéo trong tường, đằng sau những tấm gỗ ốp.

Everything is very well automatized and you only need to put some pressure on a certain panel and it will immediately open, allowing you access to what’s inside: the fridge the little kitchen, the small bathroom, etc. The whole kitchen is hidden under a panel, but once you open it, you can see it has everything you need, including a sink and a cooker. The bed goes under a hidden wall that goes onto the roof and what’s left inside looks like a small sofa.

The TV set is secured to a wall and you can position it any way you want. There is a table that can be folded so as to fix in on the wall when you don’t need it and there is also a small glass shower cabin. It’s very easy to reach all the things in the room and to store the clothes in a hidden wardrobe. Actually this small apartment has everything you need, but you don’t see it as they are not on display, but occupying every bit of space. Great ideas and also great design.

Source: Homedit (Amazing Idea for Saving Space in a Small Apartment)

Oh my god, how I love this design

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Spacious and warm apartment in Helsinki

Now, when I am looking at this spacious apartment from Helsinki, I am trying to imagine how it would look unfurnished. It would be a spacious place, with white walls, high ceilings, big windows that allow natural light in, and wooden floors. That’s all. So, I have to admit that furniture and decorative objects have a major importance in embellishing it. Since the entrance, we can see that this place is decorated with discreet objects, like the minimalistic picture above one door, and two pigeons that seem to fly inside the hall.

This 130 square meters apartment breaks any pattern of a modern home, because inside, the owners preferred to decorate their living space with a massive wooden table and a fireplace in the back of one lower shelf decorated as well with a stuffed bird. Beneath and in the right side of the fireplace we will see lots of cut pieces of wood that are a magnificent design for the entire room. It is the first time in my life when I see two opposite design styles put together in the same place: minimalism and rustic style, and I have to admit that the result is great, even unexpected.

The kitchen is also a big, open space, but here we see only a modern style, because the owners decorated it with the latest appliances, and a minimalist drawing on the wall. I have noticed that the bedroom is very simple accessorized but connected with the dressing room. The bed is the main piece of furniture, and additional to it are some cozy chairs and a sort of table that sits a globe. In my opinion, all the wood and natural materials are providing warmth in the otherwise minimalistic space, creating a really nice and cozy atmosphere.{found on site}.

Source: Homedit

Mình thích cái bàn chế biến kiêm đủ thứ kia

White apartment in Madrid with a pink sofa in living room

This beautiful apartment is located in Madrid and it recently got a complete makeover. At the same time, it also got s fresh white interior. The visual impact is very strong. Also, the fact that all the walls, ceilings and overall design of the apartment is white makes this place function as a blank canvas. This way everything placed in there such as furniture or accessories will instantly become a focal point of attention.The apartment has a large living room that seems even bigger with all the white in there. The living room has a colorful sofa with dusty purple upholstery that creates a sophisticated atmosphere. It has beautiful cushions and the entire room has colorful accessories throughout. The rest of the apartment has similar decors.

When the current owners bought this place it was in poor condition. However, they were able to see the potential and all the possibilities this apartment offered. It was a 70 square meter apartment with inviting rooms. The renovation was drastic and the apartment got a completely new look. The project was commissioned by Mariano Ibanez and the interior was designed by Critina Ros de la Vega.

Even though white is obviously the dominant color on the apartment, it’s not it that strikes the eye. It’s all the other colorful details that are eye-catching. The renovation started with the wooden beams in the roof. These were painted and thus the space became higher. The walls and the floors were then painted white as well. All the other colorful elements add intensity to the rooms and break the monotony.{found on micasarevista}.

Source: homedit

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