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blue headboard with wood frame - 2

Well, y’all, I’m second-guessing my decision on the bed in the guest bedroom. Let me explain. My original plan was to use the bed that I built many years ago, and upholster it with golden yellow velvet to make it look something like this… Of course, I love the boldness of the color and the contrast with the wall. So on Tuesday, I dragged the bed frame into the room, and after a trip to Joann Fabric and Home Depot for supplies, I got started on upholstering the base. But I didn’t get very far, and then I spent yesterday with my mom, so I didn’t any work done at all. When I got home early yesterday evening, I decided to drag the headboard into the bedroom also. I hadn’t planned to use the headboard at all. That headboard already has a lot of trim (glued on with wood glue), as well as an upholstered panel on the front. Spending time and energy removing all of that in order to reupholster it seems like a waste when I can just sell or give it away, and then start fresh with a new piece of plywood. But out of curiosity, I […]

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blue headboard with wood frame - 2

Well, y’all, I’m second-guessing my decision on the bed in the guest bedroom. Let me explain. My original plan was to use the bed that I built many years ago, and upholster it with golden yellow velvet to make it look something like this… Of course, I love the boldness of the color and the contrast with the wall. So on Tuesday, I dragged the bed frame into the room, and after a trip to Joann Fabric and Home Depot for supplies, I got started on upholstering the base. But I didn’t get very far, and then I spent yesterday with my mom, so I didn’t any work done at all. When I got home early yesterday evening, I decided to drag the headboard into the bedroom also. I hadn’t planned to use the headboard at all. That headboard already has a lot of trim (glued on with wood glue), as well as an upholstered panel on the front. Spending time and energy removing all of that in order to reupholster it seems like a waste when I can just sell or give it away, and then start fresh with a new piece of plywood. But out of curiosity, I […]

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