A New Kind of Headboard

nessa sunflower

It seems there are a ton of companies creating vinyl wall decals now. Some are a bit cheesy, while others are very original and work well in spaces like children’s rooms and nurseries. I just recently came across these headboard decals designed by Mina Javid for Blik and thought they were really clever. For only $40, you can have the look without making a big commitment to a piece of furniture. To be honest, I am not usually a fan of this sort of thing, but I have to admit that these headboards have made me think twice. What do you think? Would you try one of these in your home?

nessa sunflower

{The Nessa Headboard}

olivia gray

{The Olivia Headboard}

wrought cran

{Wrought Iron Headboard}


Each headboard is available in multiple colors and sizes.

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  1. These are cute!
    They are relatively non-committal and yet add a touch of whimsy and graphic punch to a space.
    I think they would work especially well in a sophisticated child or preteen’s room.
    And if you change your mind — swish, and off it goes.

  2. agreed that these would be cute in a dorm or kids room. however, i am really drawn to that yellow-maybe i just need to consider it (or the shape) for the upholstered headboard i’ve been meaning to get around to making for years now..

  3. interesting. they do look nice. i think the darker ones seem more realistic. i am also loving the pink wrought iron one. i could not use these cause i have windows behind my bed.

    ^-^ oxox

  4. I would try this in a guest bedroom, or in an office/guest bedroom..but not in my master. These are nicely done…not overly cheesy. I wonder if they have anything for doggy beds…that would be cute.

  5. There is something incredibly charming about these. Would love to see one of the very simple silhouettes in an over-the-top ornate room or the curvier style in a sparse space. Totally chic.