The bed is almost always the largest piece of furniture in any bedroom. Why not create a dramatic and elegant focal point with an upholstered headboard? They are the epitome of luxury as well as extremely comfortable to lean against while snuggled up in bed. Upholstered headboards are most often custom made. However, you can design your own. You can find everything from classic to modern styles. These beds are ready for not only sleeping, but for some serious lounging and daydreaming.
This understated and serene bedroom features a curvaceous headboard with designer details such as button tufting and piping. The chandeliers dangling at either side of the bed add a hint of luxury. The neutral color palette increases the spare aesthetic.
Reminiscent of a wing back chair, the headboard in this bedroom designed by Frank Roop, encloses both the bed and end tables. Pops of vibrantly hued accessories energize the space and keep it from going to sleep. Opulant window treatments and luxurious fabrics and upholstery add richness to this well-appointed lavish space.
In this bedroom, designed by Tom Scheerer, the headboard looms dramatically above the pillows. Centered on chocolate brown walls, the bed is a stunning focal point. Framed in crisp white molding, the fabric runs in horizontal bands. Textures abound from the wood floor and rug to the rattan daybed at the foot of the bed.
The symmetrical decor induces a formal, yet serene atmosphere. Depth is created by using varying shades of blue.
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With an exuberant chocolate satin tufted upholstered headboard, this bed demands attention. Dressmaker details include blue mother-of-pearl buttons and pale aqua piping. It provides a dramatic backdrop for a bed or crisp white linens and an antique Suzani textile. Swing arm lamps preserve precious table space on either side of the bed. The use of strong colors adds strength and keeps the bed from being too feminine.
The use of upholstered "wings" on the turquoise blue velvet headboard not only create a feeling of comfort and intimacy, but help define the sleeping quarters in this urban loft. The lucite acrylic bench and flokati rug keep the room current and modern. I love the eye-catching glass chandelier. Schlegel Siblings' Penthouse via madebygirl.blogspot.com.
This exciting red patterned fabric increases the fun whimsical vibe in this bedroom while the pink quilt softens it.
Keep in mind that it has been said a good night's sleep promotes good health and longevity. Sweet Dreams!