The tall tufted ivory headboard here creates a strong base for a variety of patterns and a burst of peacock blue. When using a patterned wallpaper placing a significant headboard against it is a good move. It gives the bed a strong presence and keeps the pattern of the wallpaper
Sometimes a bed placed in the center of a room takes up too much space or just doesn′t look right — but simply shoving the bed into a corner can be awkward too. Designer Carla Aston came up with a great solution while designing a teenager′s room for a show
Repurposing driftwood into a headboard is the ultimate demonstration of turning found into fabulous. This application is further enhanced by the addition of shells and by the irregular way the boards were applied to the wall. This would be perfect for a beach cottage bedroom or a Shabby Chic–style condo.
This headboard most certainly had to be custom. Look how its shape fits between the oval windows aligning perfectly and making a beautiful statement in this bedroom design. Reclaimed shutters placed behind a bed add to the romantic charm of this bedroom. Now I wouldn′t have thought of doing this!
If you use a rug as a headboard your options are nearly endless. Geometric floral striped shaggy needlepoint neutral — the sky′s the limit. There are a couple of caveats. Make sure the rug is at least as wide as your mattress; it could even be wide enough to frame
Whatever you decide on consider choosing nightstands and dressers that make the room totally personal to you. And never buy a matching bedroom set from the furniture store if you want a bedroom that sings your song.
If you like crazy quilts you will love this. Although you could accomplish a headboard treatment like this with a quilt these are actually fabric samples that have been collected and inventively mounted to create a colorful welcoming anchor for this bed. Critical to the success of the design is
Headboard heaven times two and in red? These vibrant upholstered headboards look amazing mixed with the boldly striped rug dark bedding and pale turquoise walls. Upholstered panels set into a recessed opening along a wall of millwork create the stage for a stunning bedroom. Accent lighting coming from above highlights
Beautiful birch. The team behind this guest bedroom’s design took the wooden headboard to new heights with these custom pieces featuring an ornate display of birch branches. The headboards’ natural features track with the rest of the home’s mountain aesthetics.
Felt it. Hand-stitched felt bucks the conventional thinking of what a headboard needs to be made of. The warm neutrals of this piece mirror the other earthy textures designer Jessica Helgerson used in the rest of the home.
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