By Ayame Shun. Headboard. Published at Thursday, May 17th, 2018 - 02:29:56 AM.
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 the unexpected piece of art integrated into the composition. The trio of ruffly throw pillows restates the color story while adding more texture and variety.
Although this is a complete headboard and footboard I cannot pass it by. It reminds me that old iron and brass beds — especially if they have a headboard only — should not be excluded from this portfolio of ingenious designs.
When you have a room in which the bed needs to "float" what do you do? Consider a room-divider headboard. This ingenious solution does double duty by blocking the closet from view while creating a dressing room ex nihilo. It also makes the headboard a primary style statement in the room.
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.
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