5 Totally Chic Nailhead Makeovers

Happy Wednesday all!  Have you ever want to change something but you did not know what to do? Well, I have found 5 totally chic nailhea...

Happy Wednesday all! 

Have you ever want to change something but you did not know what to do? Well, I have found 5 totally chic nailhead makeovers that can make a statement in any home. Decorative nailheads come in variety of color, shapes, and sizes and can add a nice edge to a piece or can provide you with a look that came straight out of magazine. They can also keep things a bit traditional too, especially if you are looking for a quick piece on a contemporary piece of furniture. There is so much to do with this product that the possibilities are endless. 

 *Fun fact, the mister and I are NOT typically nailhead type of people, but after searching the web and researching a bit about them, my mind has changed.   

Roundup of 5 decorative nailhead DIY's

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1. Design Manifest: Naomi from the wonderful blog Design Manifest added decorative nailhead to a rather inexpensive frame and placed a mirror inside of it giving it a chic, high end, luxurious look. In all my time as a blog reader, I have yet to see this look recreated by anyone---I have not seen it done, shocker...right?  What I love about this makeover is that anyone can take a plain framed mirror or even picture and jazz it up with some studs or nailhead and it completely changes the look of the piece. 

2. Brooke Eva: Guys, this is probably one of the most BEAUTIFUL nailhead dresser makeovers that I have seen period. Look at the piece....the color of the dresser is spot on and compliments the vibe of the room to the tee and the nailhead are simply placed in a way that they are not taking away from the decor in the room. 

3. Dimples and Tangles: I have seen the nailhead look on couches, ottomans, side chairs, etc....but I have never seen one executed on a piece like this. These stools have 2 different fabric makeups and were inspired by a Horchow ottoman....So much pizzazz in such a small piece. 

4. Mrs. Palmsey: OMGeee, where do I start? Y'all probably cannot tell, but this is a door makeover. I know it took some dedication and patience to complete this project. This is one of those projects that make you want to recreate it just based off of how beautiful the aftermath is. One day when I have a home...I would love to recreate this look. The color of door and choice of nailhead is absolutely gorgeous. 

5. Ritz Carlton Hotel: This is totally not a DIY, but so cool and unique I could not leave it out. This is one of the pictures where you can totally dissect the piece and recreate it. Basically, This is decorative molding painted black with small nailhead attached to the rim or the trim.  It appears that the molding is framing a set of mirrors on a door. 

Hint, hint, this post is leading up to something, but you will have to wait and see. 

Please, if you want to inquire more about these projects, please click on the links and they will lead you to their site (s). These opinions are mine alone and this roundup was done to show you how I have been inspired to use nailheads. 

Have you been inspired? What projects would you use decorative nailhead on? 

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  1. I have never done any projects with this, but I LOVE the look of it!!

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    1. You should try it...it is really an inexpensive way to upgrade furniture.

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  2. I have the perfect project to attempt this with. Very cool!

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    1. It is cool. I think your project would look so cool once it is completed

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  3. Super fun idea! I'm sure I have a frame or two laying around that would work great for this!

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    1. That would be an awesome quick fix!

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  4. I've been wanting to use this technique on something, I'm just not sure what yet! It has to be the right piece.

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    1. I get it....the only way to make a good DIY work is if you choose your piece wisely. I cannot wait to see what you come up with.

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  5. Absolutely gorgeous! I love how it gives a vintage/lux vibe.

    Sarah Noel | www.sarahsmirks.com

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  6. Those are amazing. I've never thought to do this to makeover something. You come up with and share the best DIY ideas. Thank you!

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  7. I feel like any furniture I had in the past it look sooo tacky, but these look beautiful!

    liz jo sundays with sophie

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    1. It will get better! These are beautiful!

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  8. I'm not the best at DIY but those nailheads look great.

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    1. You should try it someday. It is really easier than what it seems.

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  9. The door is definitely my favorite!

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  10. I love your creativity! How many times do you just awe me! I'm getting ready to try to watercolor some throw pillows for a touch of color in our spare room!
    Cynthia @craftoflaughter

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    1. Cynthia, you are ALWAYS too sweet. Tag me via instagram or Facebook when once your pillows are complete, I would love to see all your creativity!

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  11. Wow! I love this look. Definitely need to start pinning these types of decor!

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    1. I know is isn't it great? You can always follow me on pinterest...I pin a whole lot o Eclectic chic decor. You can find me at instagram.com/domicile37 --Thanks Jenna!

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  12. Great look on these objects! I bet you could turn lots of furniture into things like this if you added the nailheads.

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    1. Yes, you can and it can give off a different vibe to a piece of furniture.

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  13. Wow these are really fun! What a great way to spruce something up quick!

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  14. How very cute is this, I have no DIY bone in my body but i want to take up this project

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    1. Girl, it is so easy...you can do it!

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  15. These are so cool. There's something kind of old-fashioned and comforting about it to me, even when it's done in a modern way.

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    1. It is very classis in style and found on a lot of vintage furniture pieces.

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  16. I'm always impressed by Crafts people who put their creativity to great use like you. I won't know what to choose... It's all terrific!

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    1. Thanks for the compliment, that was very sweet of you!

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  17. That looks great! I love the look of the nailheads and didn't realize they were so easy to put on furniture. Thanks for sharing and I love the inspiration links too.

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    1. They are so simple, it took me an hour to put on my sofa!

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  18. That looks great! I love the look of the nailheads and didn't realize they were so easy to put on furniture. Thanks for sharing and I love the inspiration links too.

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