Why do you need a headboard? Actually, you don't! Beds and headboards offer structure and style to a room. If you're looking for a headboard, here are a few options you might want to consider...
This homeowner opted for a bed without a headboard. If the size of the room is limited or there are budgetary concerns, this may be a good option. The leaning mirror not only takes the place of a headboard but visually expands the space.
Two twin beds can be pulled together to create a king size bed. Similarly, two twin headboards can be connected to create a king size headboard. The window makes an alluring backdrop. I love the small singular picture hung above the bed.
Vintage shutters have been used to create a headboard with rustic charm.
Sometimes financial constraints result in the most ingenious and original design ideas. This simple and playful headboard adds a whimsical artistic flair to the room.
Chalkboard paint can be cleverly utilized in almost any design scheme.
The tall stature of this tufted headboard adds to the exotic chic flavor of the room.
Upholstered headboards can (but not always!) be an inexpensive alternative. Pattern upon pattern meld together in this bohemian chic bedroom.
Often those one-of-a-kind unique finds can be used to create the most interesting and eye-catching headboards. This headboard was made from an antique door. The natural wood lends character and warmth to the bedroom.
Upholstering the headboard in solid white allows the lines of the headboard to stand out. The intriguing shape is reminiscent of church steeples.