Make Your Own Mirrored Headboard with Mirror Tiles

Nov 11th

Mirrored Headboard – Customizing your bedroom decor does not have to involve expensive new furniture and complicated color schemes. Just create a new headboard of adhesive-backed mirrored tiles is enough to add a level of sophistication without having to hire an expert craftsman. The tiles will stick to a clean, painted surface. Plus, as mirrors reflecting surfaces around them, you do not have to worry about repainting or buy a new headboard should you choose to decorate. The only drawback occurs when you tire of the mirrors and the need to remove them from the wall.

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Push the bed away from the wall where you create mirrored headboard. Remove the existing headboard if necessary. Wash the wall with soapy water and a cloth. Let it air dry for one hour before proceeding. The tiles will not adhere to a damp wall. Keep the tape measure on the floor in the middle of the bed and measure up the wall to the desired height of the Mirrored Headboard. Make a pencil mark on the wall at that location. Take into account the height of the bed frame, mattress and box spring, because the headboard should be visible above them.

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Measure down from the pencil mark to the desired base on the headboard. Make another pencil mark in this location. Measuring right and left, and mark the full rectangular-shaped dimensions of the headboard. Keep a scale up to the wall and connect the marks by tracing the rectangular shape of the mirrored headboard with a pencil. Peel the backing from the first tile. Cutting end tiles as needed with a tile or glass cutter. Lay tile face on a flat surface and measure out the section needed to make a small mark. Repeat steps five and six until all the pieces have been put in place. Pushing the bed back into position.