Baby crib= Tufted Headboard

  1. Scientific Housewife says:

    What a great idea!

  2. modern jane says:

    Brilliant! It looks fantastic!

  3. Pam @ bibbidi-bobbidi-beautiful says:

    Such a fantastic idea! Whenever my crib is done being a crib I'll be able to make two matching headboards for my little girls' room!

  4. Teresa Hatfield says:

    Would have never thought of using a baby crib. Looks great. Also, I like thte idea of a trellis!
    Teresa (Splendid Sass)

  5. coolkids says:

    wow! Love love this idea!

  6. LindsB says:

    really cute project, I love the fabric you used!

  7. Chic Geek says:

    You're amazing! I love this idea!!

  8. Jade @ Flip Flops + Pearls Design says:

    Awesome idea and I love the results! You're doing the same thing as me with my sister…repurposing things to save $$…it's kinda fun to see what you can come up with on a little budget!

  9. Maria says:

    genius, love it

  10. MyLittleHappyPlace says:

    So absolutely precious, and perfectly, perfectly CLEVER! You and Jon take dumpster diving to an art!

  11. Kate says:

    Crafty repurposing! I did a similar thing with my upholstered headboards — I used old canvas stretchers instead of the crib.

    Its nice when its light because then you don't have to be too worried about securing it to the wall!

  12. Decor I Adore says:

    wow that is amazing! Other headboard tutorials always seem so intimidating to me, but this one seems completely doable!

  13. Stacey @ Petite de Lis Paperie says:

    Super creative, and it came out so cute!

  14. Julie says:

    You are so beyond creative! I love the finished bed.

  15. Elisa @ What the Vita says:

    You amaze me! You're like the interior design version of the winner of Project Runaway – being creative and finding ways to rework things others would have just thrown away.

    If you wanted, you could run a series here – people could submit a picture of something they have and they're planning to throw away but you could give them ideas to re-purpose them. That could be fun 🙂

  16. Lauren says:

    thank you, thank you! This is the perfect solution for our sparse guest room. I have my weekend project. Off to find fabric…

  17. Katie says:

    wow! what a good idea! looks great!

  18. Erika at BluLabel Bungalow says:

    OMG Camila, you never cease to amaze!

  19. Stephanie Sabbe says:

    love it Camilla! such the craft queen

  20. Ludmila {} says:

    Love the idea! Well done! xo

  21. Kate says:

    I would never of thought of using the egg crate pads instead of foam. Genius! Thanks for the inspiration.

  22. Kate Collins Interiors says:

    What a great idea! I love it. I love the fabric choices as well.

  23. Sarah (Matters of Style) says:

    I am truly so impressed!!!

  24. casey at loft and cottage says:

    brilliant~ i love it!

  25. Classy Clutter says:

    That's adorable! I love that you got the rail for free! These are all over Goodwill and thrift stores for super cheap if someone wants to use your fabulous idea!

    Come visit our new blog if you'd like! We'd love to have you!

    Mallory @ Classy Clutter

  26. Rene says:

    Amazing! Love it!


  27. my favorite and my best says:

    you are kidding me!! that is fantastic.

  28. Anonymous says:

    Clever, clever, clever!


  29. Mama Peck says:

    Super idea! Thank you so much for that tip on using an egg crate mattress pad instead of foam. I honestly had planned to buy foam tomorrow for a back pad on a rocking chair. This will work so much better!!

  30. CourtneyOutLoud says:

    love the idea. i may try this with a futon that my neighbor is throwing away.

  31. baby crib says:

    Baby cribs should be safe for the babies. You can't sacrifice safety with beauty anyways.

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