DIY, room redo


  1. Blair says:

    So brilliant! Love it. You are one talented lady:)

  2. Jennifer says:

    the panels are so cute! and it would be so easy to upgrade to a bigger bed this way. great job!

  3. carlee says:

    Wow, that is really creative…and like you said what an easy way to switch out the fabric later if you wanted. thanks for sharing how to do! I definitely want to try it some day! Looks great!

  4. MyLittleHappyPlace says:

    I REALLY have to try this….one day… {sigh}

  5. Magchunk says:

    Great tutorial! I always forget to take in-progress pictures. You're such a good blogger 🙂

  6. Nicole-Lynn says:

    Looks great!

  7. Sweet Nothings says:

    fantastic!!! 🙂

  8. Lynett says:

    Just fabulous! Totally love that room!

  9. Karen@StrictlySimpleStyle says:

    I love the use of an odd number when doing any kind of project. It would be interesting to do a larger middle panel with narrower panels on either side. Thanks for a great idea.

  10. LindsB says:

    What a great DIY project- I love how her room came out and the headboard makes it feel so chic!!

  11. Jenny says:

    This looks amazing, Camila!! GREAT job! And thanks for the tutorial! So easy, but such a huge impact.


  12. Miss Madras says:

    That is a fabulous idea! Thank you for posting the how to steps.

  13. Centsational Girl says:

    How talented are you ? Could I love your fabric choice more? No. Lovely, my dear. I heart your headboard.

  14. Emily says:

    Thanks for the tutorial; I totally need to do this for my own bed! Love the fabric. Can't stop looking at it!

  15. The Consummate Hostess says:

    The headboard looks great! I will have to give this a try.

  16. Gwen says:

    Perfect timing for me to read this post. My stepdaughter, the one that wants me to do one of these for her, was sitting right here.

    I really like that you did it in three panels. It makes it lighter for the wall and easier to deal with while making.

    Thanks for posting your how to's.

  17. Sarah - La Jeune Marie says:

    I love it Cam! SO happy to see your work in "real life"!

  18. PS~Erin says:

    I love that you did the 3 panels. Looks so great!

  19. Tamstyles says:

    wow..great job. and it came out perfect.

  20. maison21 says:

    love a good DIY!

  21. Design Esquire says:

    It looks amazing, and I love the fabric! I made a headboard for our guest bedroom, and I love it. I was surprised how easy it was, and I made a huge impact.

  22. Stephanie Sabbe says:

    I like how you did 3 panels. I've done one huge one before. But it looks so crisp to break it up. Good DIY:)

  23. Blueprint Bliss says:

    Looks so great… I'm so impressed. Thanks for sharing!

  24. down and out chic says:

    look at you, it's amazing! great job and i really like your fabric choice.

  25. Caroline says:

    Wow, what a great project! I love that you picked a colorful patterned fabric.

  26. Justin says:

    You did a great job.!! I LOVE your DIY project. I will certainly visit Home Depot to get some cute stuff and try to make it my own.

  27. says:

    That's fantastic! I really like how you used the three panels. I'll be linking to this if you don't mind.

  28. Heidi says:

    I have been saving DIY headboard ideas for a while and this one is by far my favorite. What a great idea and it is perfect for an apartment person like me!

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