How to DIY headboard for air mattress with lighting ?
I'm looking for innovative and inexpensive ideas for building a platform, frame and headboard for an 18" tall queen sized air mattress and I want to build in the lamp shown in the picture. Any ideas? I'd prefer not to use materials that might pop the mattress.
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Wow Cheryl!! Thanks so much!!
For a headboard you can draw then paint one directly on the wall, or get wall decals. And that would give you more room, and a fun look.
That would be fun! But I"m looking to attach the stand up light to the head board instead of it being attached to its base and sitting on the floor which is causing some lighting and space issues. Essentially I want to build a box to set the mattress down in, and attach a headboard that will house the light. For the light I'm thinking to stuck it down in some PVC pipe that's attached to that corner of the headboard. I may even build in a night stand/table and make it all one piece.