By Ayame Shun. Headboard. Published at Monday, May 07th, 2018 - 02:36:37 AM.
This tall headboard leaves plenty of room for a seriously designed bedscape: tall pillows shams and a big bolster have plenty of room and a strong backdrop. This Tall Boy stands proudly between two tall floor lamps. The combination is such a smart solution — it keeps the floor clear and clean while providing a shelf for reading materials and an alarm clock.
You don′t have to use fabric to execute this idea. At the Upward Bound House interior designer Vanessa De Vargas used wallpaper to create the look of an extended headboard. You can also use a special traditional fabric. Design Sponge blogger Grace Bonney helped educate the masses about traditional Mexican Otomi embroidery with her famous DIY headboard.
Allow the patterned headboard to be the star of the bedscape. Keep the duvet and shams solid and with minimal detailing like this hotel-style bedding and use a minimal amount of coordinating throw pillows. Coordinate with a bed skirt or a bed platform to create continuity. Pay attention to the way the pattern relates to the headboard′s shape. Here the vertical stripes emphasize the point at the top of the headboard. Note the way the stripes on the bed skirt and the headboard align.
Teenage dream. When it comes to luxurious comfort you can’t beat a padded headboard wrapped in quality fabric. This plush tufted headboard adorned with rhinestones was made by H-Studio.
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