As seen on HGTV's Flipping the Block, Amanda Marks and her boyfriend Curtis Goldin layered textures and patterns to create a charming cottage-style master bedroom. The upholstered headboard features nail head trim – a subtle but elegant accent.
Furniture embellishments are hot this season, and it's easy to add nail-head trim to an upholstered piece you already have. To break up the otherwise solid look of this flannel-check headboard, we added polished chrome nail-head trim to accentuate the panel's wingback details.
The client works from home from time to time and wanted a place where she could have total privacy. A beautiful desk and tailored chair were design musts. The metallic Clarke and Clarke wallpaper brought it all together.
Covered in blue raffia wallpaper, then embellished with nail-head trim, this 3-drawer chest provides storage for puzzles, games and videos in the great room of HGTV Smart Home, located in Nashville, Tenn.
If you want to add nail-head detail to your own doors, it's important to keep cost in mind. Although the hardware is small, it can quickly add up. Cut down costs dramatically by leaving as little as one-eighth of an inch of space between each nail head instead of stacking directly on top of one another, like was done here for this laundry room's bifold doors.
While stainless steel and nickel are the most popular choices for interior door hardware, dark bronze is just as readily available and it's more unique. Here, dark black-brown bronze knobs are added to coordinate with the nail-head trim on the laundry room's fabric-covered bifold doors.