Bag this Heavenly Headboard

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There can be something very old fashioned about headboards. Say the word, and I bet you are imagining one of those upholstered Draylon affairs that used to lurk in spare bedrooms in the 1980s. That’s why we were so excited to see a fun new idea from one of our favourite HIBS100 blogs, H is for Home. It’s a headboard that isn’t a headboard at all, but a clever display of lovely vintage bags simply nailed up over the bed.

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If you feel inspired to do something similar, then plan out your display carefully on the floor before you start banging in nails, make sure you measure your spaces accurately and think about an interesting mix of colours and shapes.

Of course, you don’t have to use handbags. You could choose family pictures in intricate frames, vinyl records or record sleeves, shoes or even books with colourful or decorative covers. It’s a beautiful way to showcase a treasured collection, and makes a really personal statement. The joy with handbags (apart from having a very good reason to buy lots and lots) is that you can take one down from its nail, use it for the day, and put it back up again in the evening.

A big thank you to Adelle and Justin at H is for Home for sharing. Pop over to their Pinterest for more great ideas and tweet us at @HIBS100 with your own inspirations.

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Alice Cullerne Bown is a blogger, author, journalist and fanatical cushion-plumper. She spent much of her childhood creating room sets in shoe boxes and now attempts to style her real-life home, despite the best efforts of her husband, two children, two stepchildren and two cats. She is addicted to home makeover shows and likes to Hoover while watching Obsessive Compulsive Cleaners. She blogs at DD's Diary, www.dulwichdivorcee.com, and you can catch her on Twitter at @DDsDiary

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