Published at Saturday, May 12th, 2018 - 14:03:16 PM. Headboard. By Violette Alexia.
Four tufted panels create a very tall headboard. This is a good trick for matching the scale of a room with very high ceilings bringing the bed up to chandelier height. Similarly when confronted with the vast spread of concrete and high walls in this loft an attention-grabbing headboard keeps the bed from getting lost and looking puny. Adding sconces over the matching nightstands visually extends the width of the bed. Together these moves create one big piece that can stand up to the scale of the room.
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 the headboard resulting in an invitingly elegant setting. A tailored upholstered bedframe in rich velvet showcasing strong angular lines is highlighted when placed against cool walls and pushed into an arched recessed opening. Then there is the remarkable chandelier more refined elegance from Tracery Interiors.
Going for baroque. If you’re going with an upholstered headboard the more luxurious the fabric the better. This bordello-chic bedroom as its designer calls it is furnished with a red velvet headboard framed in white solid wood. Red sheets and a white-faux fur throw contribute layers of richness.
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