Is the blank wall behind your bed feeling a bit blah? These below are not your basic backdrops.
The important design decision in your bedroom might be the headboard. After all, it’s act as the focal point and can change the vibe of a room. It’s not imperative to have one but it’s a detail that can complete or change the decor in a variety of ways.
When there are so many different options, designs and styles to choose from, it can be difficult to make a decision. Hopefully, our lists of headboard ideas can offer you some inspiration. Whether you want to elevate your space, make it cozier, or add some serious color, these ideas will get your creative juices flowing.
Classic flea market find: old windows and shutters. The more character the better. And no installation required!
If your bed is up against a corner, add a low-profile headboard (side by side duplex) to two walls creating a corner headboard.
For a unique look, use different sized shapes and varying color fabrics to create a custom mosaic-effect headboard.
If you have the space, float a dresser, cabinet or desk in the room with enough space to open the drawers on one side and with the back of the furniture piece as your headboard.
DRAW ONE ONTO THE WALL
You don’t have to get as elaborate as this person did on their wall, but if you’d like to, a projector might come in handy so you can trace a photo you like.
If you want to add a rustic statement, look no further than this headboard idea. The viewpoint and use of the wood adds texture to the room, while the washed colors look good against the light gray wall.
USE ROOM DIVIDER
Find a unique wall panel or room screen and hang it as a headboard. Geometrically-patterned screens or room dividers create the most contemporary impact.
PRESSED TIN HEADBED
This headboard doesn’t take a lot of effort to put together, but it is loved for its versatility. Got enough detail to stand on its own with minimalist bedding, but its neutral tones enable it to work harmoniously with bolder colors and patterned duvets, sheets, and pillows.
Having a shelf attached to your headboard can become the perfect area to stack books, photos, and any other items that need a home.
The custom headboard is made of individual acoustic panels, which provide sound absorption that’s ideal for an open mezzanine bedroom.
The laser-cut motif on this headboard was inspired by geometric Moroccan patterns and is perfect for someone looking for a headboard that’s attention-grabbing, yet neutral.
One more way to fashion a headboard out of fabric involves tacking smaller squares of coordinating fabric to a board for a collages look reminiscent of a handmade quilt.
HANG A TEXTILE
If the weave is loose enough, you can nail it directly to the wall. Rugs can even work for this! Choose something equal to the width of the bed or just wider.
Take their cue or pick from other options above. You might need to hang something, or wedge it between the wall and your mattress, but serious tools can be put away for another time. The hardest part will be choosing which you like best.
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