for my re-upholstery project...still a WIP

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Gorgeous DIY kelly green upholstered headboards - how to make them including how to add that amazing nailhead trim!!

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Nailhead Trimmed Curtains-a neat idea. Would probably add weight to unlined panels to help them hang better too

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The secret to easily adding nailhead trim! This makes it so much easier!

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Nailhead Trim Headboard. For the rectangular West Elm look, consider the following dimensions for a queen bed: 62"w x 2.75"d x 42"h or for the taller look: 62"w x 2.75"d x 54"h. As for the fabric, jute, microfiber and textured weave fabric are all good choices. ~Nicole

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Genius tip for DIY-ing nailhead trim - use a cardboard template with slits cut evenly and slid the nails into each slit - then nail them in. Perfect spacing!

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Monograms are a timeless piece of decor that can be stylishly incorporated into wall galleries, bookshelves, mantels and desks. Reminiscent of upholstered leather wing chairs, this version adds a bit of masculine flair with rich-looking leather and shiny brass nails, and would lend a bit of library chic to any space. DIY instructions here…

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Nail trim options are a great way to add a little "jewelry" to upholstery. They can be added at the base of the piece, arms, back, or all over. Here are examples of nailhead options by Hancock and Moore

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Think pink—and you’ve got yourself a happy room. Now think of a deeper hue—say, a rich magenta wrapped around a seductively modern settee—for pure joy. Add an uncommon decorative detail, like nailhead trim in a Greek key pattern, and it’s bliss!

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nailhead trim, this would be FLY on that burlap covered box spring

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