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Simple But Genius: A Low-Commitment (and Free) Way to Switch Up the Bed

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Simple But Genius: A Low-Commitment (and Free) Way to Switch Up the Bed

April 16, 2024

Sure, you can change up the look of your bed with new sheets or a duvet cover. But have you considered switching up the headboard (without investing in a new one)? With a favorite blanket, a patterned sheet, or a fabric scrap, it’s simple (and easy to change out whenever you like). We wonder why we didn’t think to try it earlier.

Here are three ideas:

1. Fabric

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Above: We first took note of the idea in Before & After: A Soulless Apartment Gets the ‘More Is More’ Treatment, where designer Sophie Rowell tucked vintage Indian Kantha fabric over the bed frame. “Drape one over the headboard to create a new look with very little expense,” she said. Photograph by Kane Hulse, courtesy of Côte de Folk.

2. Quilt

or try a quilt, like this one by thompson street studio. even a petite or baby& 18
Above: Or try a quilt, like this one by Thompson Street Studio. Even a petite or baby’s quilt can change up a standard grey headboard. Photograph from Made from Scraps: Colorful Quilts by Thompson Street Studio.

3. Rug

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Above: Bet you wouldn’t think to layer a rug atop the headboard. But here, in Sofie Howard’s Malibu Mobile Home by Reath Design, a Restoration Hardware headboard is given a bold new look with just that. Photograph by Laure Joliet.

For more ways to switch up one of the biggest investments around the house, see Save the Sofa: 5 Easy, Good-Looking Ways to Protect the Favorite Seat in the House.

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