|Bed reflected in the mirror.|
Here is what I did:
I began with a piece of driftwood that I collected from the beach near Santa Cruz. Beer Can Beach, to be exact. I cut the wood to a more manageable length and also to create a flat end to attach flush to the wall.
|I screwed an L bracket to the wood.|
Since I didn't have a stud where I planned to attach the wood I used a molly bolt.
|Nail the bolt into the wall.|
|Then tighten the screw. This pulls the supports up against the inside of the drywall. Then remove the screw and attach the wood.|
|Here is the attached wood. Feel free to leave your phallus references in the comments section. I know what this looks like ;-)|
These filmy panels are curtains from Ikea. They were only about five bucks. Score!
|I strung twine through the tops of these curtain panels to attach them together and I laid them over the wood.|
|I draped the panels along the sides of the doors and along the sides of the bed.|
|Très romantique, oui ?|
|The panels really soften the look of the doors, don'tcha think?|
|Can't wait to go to bed tonight!|