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If you love travel but have a homey side too, let them meet in the middle — right on your wall. This impressive print, hand-pressed on natural burlap with water-based ink and housed in a distressed wood frame, lends style and distinction to your favorite setting.
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Would you like to turn your room into "The Wind in the Willows"? If so, turn on the ceiling fan and grab this unique willow branch room screen. Personally, I think I would spread it flat against the wall, back the bed up to it, and call it my marsh-inspired headboard. What would you use it for?
Still got a mattress atop the frame it came with and no real bed? This fun wrought iron headboard will make you feel better about not having a real bed. You may decide you like it so much, you don't ever want a real bed!
No room for a headboard? No problem! Designer and architect Mina Javid designed this clever headboard decal that will fit anywhere, and can be easily removed when you move your bed around.
This lacy divider would look lovely breaking up the space in a room, but I also like the thought of using it as a makeshift headboard.
When you have a headboard this light and simple, you never have to bug your friends to help you help you move. Add some silhouette style to that mattress you have on the cheap metal frame it came on and feel like you've got an adult bed without having to feel too adult!
This beautiful wallpaper by artist Piet Hein Eek recalls the scraps of old wooden boats, lending a rustic coastal look to any wall in your home.
While sunburst mirrors have been taking over our mantles and over the headboard spaces as of late, now it's time for STARBURST mirrors to have their moment. This one is elegant, contemporary, and a little retro glam.
Get girly with this extra feminine ruffled throw. It would be perfect in a little lady's bedroom atop a gray duvet cover with a white upholstered headboard. It comes at a fantastic price point too.
Cheerful and whimsical, this pretty pattern airs a bit of sophistication as well. I envision pillows on a teenage girl's bed or dining room chairs upholstered in this fabric. Small doses of this pattern could have a powerful effect.
Here's another way to add to a room and make a theme without going overboard. Simple window treatments made from this precious dog fabric would do just the trick! I plan to use this in my little boy's room.
Doggy Days Fabric
This beautiful fabric by Thomas Paul for Duralee will brighten up your home with its cheerful yellow dahlias.
Oversize wall art, whether it be in the traditional sense or like this starburst mirror, will be popping up everywhere. I like using this as a focal point in the room, either above a headboard or mantel.
How about transforming your sofa into a plushy place to relax? Build your "indoor garden" with pillows.
A fabulous pillow can absolutely make an ordinary piece of upholstered furniture. We would use this pillow in the middle of a sofa to make it pop!
I love that by adding wall panels, such as these in Shaker style, any space can have all of the charm and character of an original period home. Dark wood will give the feel of heritage decor, while painted panels in white offer a clean, modern look. You can also move away from tradition and go...
I've always been a fan of John Robshaw's textiles, and this handsome pattern would appeal to both men and women alike. I'm keen on a few throw pillows for my sunroom.
There's something a bit tribal yet a bit country about this fabric from Robert Allen. Over a large piece, a diamond pattern within it emerges.
This embroidered pillow beautifully combines pink and brown with hints of orange. This one is going on my wish list!
These removable and reusable faux padded headboards look great on any bed. Credit: Casart Coverings.
Casart removable faux padded hearboard wallcovering is featured in Country Living as perfect accessory for any bed. Photo by Country Living. Product Credit: Casart Coverings.
Asian blooms cascade through bold leaves & wandering branches in my principal pattern, Fleur Chinoise. Classic navy & poppy pink on aqua make this smart colorway tailored to fit any decor.
This colorful, whimsical wallpaper brings a touch of the outdoors into any bedroom, living room or dining room. It works great as an accent wall!
A Fenced FlourishCreate a woodsy, enchantingly natural touch to a plain wall with this decorative piece. Scraggly branches hang in a row on a sturdy frame for an artistic, Pacific Northwest accent. It's the perfect amount of texture to make a 'boring beige' wall more interesting. Or, hang it above...
This is a compellation of views of this one of a kind 4 foot tall dog house. The doors swing open to reveal the hand made interior. Little fully lined drapes are held back with jewelry tie backs. @ hot pink upholstered leather beds flank custom giclee's. A backlit stained glass lights up the inside...
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