I bought 3 trellises to fit the width of my bed and simply wired them together using picture hanger wire. I covered the wire with clear tape to protect the walls from scratches. It is currently just propped up behind the bed, but I may hang it on the wall at some point. #2012
Simple.... I purchased a reed fence from the K-Mart garden department...rolled it out flat, then evenly rolled up each of the sides so that the total width would fit my queen size bed.
Then, tied the "rolls" on either side in the back where it wouldn't be seen to keep it from unintentionally unrolling, propped it up against the wall behind the bed, secured to the wall with a few VERY SMALL screw nails here and there and VOILA! INSTANT "BEACHY" headboard!
I have done lots of decorating with jars...and now I have a BIG stash of leftover lids and rims. This is a simple idea I came up to repurpose some of those "lonely rims" into cute little ornaments for your tree...
When I was re-doing our living room, and really thinking about every aspect of the space, I realized that I didn't like curtain rods to go completely across the top of the window if there
was no reason for it. I mean, how many of us actually close their curtains? Because we have blinds, we just use our curtains for decoration and sound absorption. So I thought outside the box. I went with honey oak wooden hand towel holders at less than $5 a pop. I painted them up to my liking and they serve the purpose . . . at a much less expensive cost than typical curtain rods.