The simplest of headboards is all about putting ergonomics and practicality ahead of ornate patterns and flowery designs. Contemporary headboards rely largely on colors such as gray and white along with the use of uncomplicated straight lines to get the job done. You can try different variants in this regard but make sure that the basics of it remain the same.
Live-edge décor is definitely a hot design trend that is sweeping people off their feet with both its uniqueness and the raw natural quality it brings to contemporary spaces. In concrete jungles that often lack personality and sterile spaces where all you find is ‘more of the same’ gorgeous live-edge furniture can make a huge difference.
Or instead of building the unit around the bed just pick up a couple of bookshelf units from IKEA and place your bed directly in front of them like this gorgeous example featured on Brit + Co which has a very strong library feel to it.
A live-edge headboard is something that will surely set your bedroom apart from the crowd and give it a sense of inviting warmth. Drawing inspiration from nature and creating a sense of serenity and relaxation is increasingly becoming the biggest demand of homeowners when it comes to bedroom design.
Homeowners and designers have realized quickly that even the most contemporary of spaces benefit from the ‘touch of wood’ and there are few places that gain more from its presence than the serene bedroom. And today we take a look at how a wooden headboard can define refine and accentuate the style of your personal haven!
(This is the way it should be!) Bedrooms in white and gray are unsurprisingly the popular choice here but you can even couple this headboard with bright hues like purple and blue. Do stay away from an orange or yellow backdrop though as the wooden headboard might simply be lost in a backdrop with color that is very similar to it.
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.
For bedrooms that lack enough wall space a plain old bookshelf used as a headboard is one of the best ways to combine two pieces of furniture into one. Photo from Apartment Therapy
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