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What happens when the Scandinavian-chic style of living meets the current boho design trend with its textile and braided look? It’s a perfect match! And we’ll show you how with our brilliant DIY design for your bed – because with a decorative, redesigned headboard, you bring Scandinavian lightness and boho lifestyle right into your bedroom. Become the furniture designer yourself now! Recreate the look of fresh Nordic oak with the d-c-fix® Scandinavian Oak adhesive film in just a few simple steps, and skillfully combine it with the trendy textile look of the d-c-fix® adhesive film Textile Fabric – Natural. Together, they make an unbeatable design duo for maximum positive charisma with a refined boho twist. In short: It’s ideal for stylishly DIY-upgrading your bed to create a thoroughly relaxed design!
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Precisely measure the visible front face and thickness of the edge of your bed headboard. Think about how wide the wooden frame look should be and how wide you would like the central divider in wood look to be. For the adhesive strips of the “wooden frame,” calculate the correspondingly required additional dimension for re-gluing the edges.
Next, transfer the dimensions of the five required pieces of film in a wooden look to the back paper of the Scandinavian Oak film, and cut them to size. Then determine the dimensions of the inner film piece in the textile fabric look, and transfer those dimensions to the back of the d-c-fix® Textile Fabric – Natural adhesive film.
Now apply the piece of textile-fabric film according to your dimensions to the bed headboard, and use the squeegee to firmly and smoothly affix it in place. Next, apply the two frame strips to the left and right of the textile-fabric film.
Set the piece of wooden-look film for the “divider” in the middle, and firmly and smoothly affix it in place using the squeegee.
Now, for finishing touch, apply the two pieces of wooden-look film above and below, working upwards and downwards: With that, your new bed head in a modern oak look with textile boho flair is ready!
We did it!
You can easily cut off any protruding adhesive film by holding the cutter slightly angled to the film and carefully removing the excess.