How to makeover your bed for $24: Savvy mum uses TEA TOWELS to transform her old frame – with impressive results
- A savvy woman has revealed her clever hack for transforming an old bedhead
- She explained her makeover used two $12 tablecloths, scissors and a staple gun
- The end result comes complete with pleated corners and looks quite stunning
A savvy Australian mum has revealed her brilliant and affordable ‘hack’ for transforming an old bedhead using tablecloths from Kmart.
Posting in a Facebook group, the woman said she’d used two Home & Co charcoal tablecloths from the retailer, priced at $12 each.
She said this was her second attempt at covering her bedhead and bed frame as she wasn’t happy with the colour scheme of the first.
‘Originally white then I covered it in the beige/sand colour tablecloth they [Kmart] have but wasn’t a fan… Now I’m in love,’ said in her post, along with photos showing the item’s current transformation.
An Australian mum has revealed how two table cloths from Kmart transformed a tired bedhead into a modern piece
The woman said she’d recovered her white leather bedhead and bed frame (pictured left) once already using Kmart’s linen-look tablecloths (pictured right)
Kmart is selling a range of linen-look tablecloths for $12
The woman’s hack required she first iron the cloths to remove any creases, then she cut the fabric to fit the bedhead and frame.
A staple gun was used to fix the material in place and also helped her create perfect pleats around the edges.
The Kmart tablecloths used by the woman are made from cotton which has been treated to give it a linen like-look.
These measure 150 centimetres by 225 centimetres.
The woman’s hack involved her first ironing the cloths to remove any creases then cutting these to size
The savvy mum said she used a staple gun was used to create perfectly creased corners
Since sharing her hack to Facebook, the woman’s post has been liked more than 1,000 times with hundreds leaving positive comments.
‘So very clever… love when a girl tinkers, she can do anything,’ wrote one person.
Another added: ‘Looks great! I want to give this a go now. The leather on our bed is torn.’
A third said they were delighted by the woman’s efforts adding she was ‘inspired’ by the hack to have a go at covering her leather couches.
‘This is such a good idea. I have a white couch I want to do this with. You just gave me inspiration.’