Laura, over at Finding Home, started with two matching footboards from a pair of twin beds from a long-ago auction that she had stored in the garage. She cleverly removed the low casters and added bun feet to raise the base of the bed to allow for a trundle before painting the frame a bright aqua (Wilmington Spruce by Benjamin Moore). Using plywood, foam, and a spare sheet, Laura and her daugther created an upholstered back for the bed that was then mounted to the wall using french cleats. The addition of a shelf on top completed the bed, creating some much needed display space for art and other treasures. For more pictures and information about this DIY daybed, check out Finding Home: How to Frankenstein a Bed. Images: Laura at Finding Home.