Despite the rigid constraints of contemporary style you can still move away from the mundane and opt for a dashing headboard that is both exceptional and style savvy. A headboard with chevron pattern is a cool choice for those who might want to introduce pattern without moving away from the neutral color scheme of the bedroom while a black and white headboard with polished glint is an undoubted showstopper in any bedroom. Get imaginative without breaking the mould!
There are all sorts of different DIY headboard projects you can take on to create something that’s really unique for your bedroom but perhaps the easiest way to do it is by simply using a regular bookshelf.
Some steal the show with sheer creativity and others make a statement with suave – but all of them manage to perfectly complete the bedroom they sit in.
Who would have thought that a mantle could serve as a frame for an upholstered headboard? The white-edged headboard below (left) may look like a re-purposed fireplace but it’s really made of foam architectural trim! Designed by Sheri Sheridan the mirrored headboard (below right) is crafted of affordable IKEA tiles creating a glossy shine.
A creative and unique wooden headboard will never be a hindrance to the style of the bedroom and when used right it can blend in with pretty much any theme that you have going. From the eclectic and the Mediterranean to the breezy beach style and the classy midcentury modern the chic inspirations below prove that you can use one in any bedroom of your choice!
Stencils add definition and polish to painted headboards. Make your own stencil or choose from many designs for sale through a variety of vendors. The tall turquoise headboard below (left) can be created by painting a rectangle on the wall with the help of a carpenter’s level and painter’s tape to keep the edges straight. Adding stenciled details finishes the project.
Too much color or chic pattern can spoil the theme of the room easily as the headboard is undoubtedly the most important part of the ‘headboard wall’. Couple it with contemporary nightstands and cool floating shelves and you have a unmistakably modern and majestic bedroom.
If you’ve got a lot of books why not just stretch your bookshelf headboard as far as you can? Here’s one featured on The Design Files that has little book cubbies built around the whole wall of a bed.
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