A few of my favorites from around the web...
Isn't this great inspiration for an Ikea hack?? You could totally recreate this look on this $20 coffee table from Ikea. And it comes in white so if you're feeling lazy, there is no painting required... you're welcome in advance!
It amazes me how creative people can be. I would NEVER have thought of applying nail head to trim out the walls in a hallway, and yet, it looks fabulous, and gives this space extra character. Did you also notice that King Charles Cavalier in the background?? So freaking cute!
Nailhead on a valance! I'm not a big "valance" person, but in a room with tall ceilings, this could be awesome. The nailhead highlights the stair-step detail, and adds a even more glam on top of the already super luxe fabrics.
Unless you are super patient, super detail oriented, and have a VERY steady hand... a detailed nailhead trim is probably something best left to the professionals, but how awesome is this upholstered chest of drawers?! No but seriously... raw linen stretched tight across these drawers?? I am having SO MANY ideas now about what I want to do with the dresser that goes in our room to replace the teeny tiny TV stand that's currently in there... LOVE.
Nailheads are what is securing this natural fiber runner to these stairs... check this one out! The stairs did not start off so pretty!
Have you heard of Home Decorators? I hadn't either, but I'm taking note! This table looks like something from Restoration Hardware, but its under $300. That's a steal when you compare it with the several thousand dollar price tag RH slaps on everything!
Now THIS is unique. I haven't really seen a lot of inlaid upholstery on a chair back like this before, but I am loving how it looks. The chair is as interesting from the back as it is from the front - which is rare! Wouldn't this be great in a shabby chic kitchen nook or in a pretty feminine office?
Nailhead and leather dress these cabinets up... I believe this is someone's ultra fabulous closet. A girl can dream....
And one of my favorites... this site is crazy addicting, featuring tons of great Ikea hacks. This one is very similar to the first photo inspiration I posted about here, but uses the lack side table... well technically one and a half Lack side tables... use the one full Lack and the top from the other to secure to the bottom. Pure genius considering these tables are only $9 each!