By Clovis Delisle. Headboard. Published at Saturday, May 05th, 2018 - 01:01:12 AM.
Canopied headboards are attractive to the eyes and the richest silk fabrics can exude a very luscious and inviting atmosphere for the bedroom. To have an entire back wall as the headboard with customized shelves that tuck in the first parts of the head of the bed is a modern innovation. There are multifunctional headboards that are quite appropriate for condo living and other urban residential buildings that require more storage spaces and concentrated distribution of space. If possible at the other end of the shelves, a study table can be incorporated in the design so that the space is maximized. Headboards that are tiled from floor to ceiling are also a huge trend nowadays. Small glass mosaic tiles are just divine especially when they create colossal abstract images or realistic pictures of the scenes that the outside world is full of. Large slate, granite, marble and pebble stones are excellent choices for materials that will create a raw and organic look for a modern bedroom with an industrial look.
A dark colored headboard will make a light colored room suddenly feel depressing, or the starkness of the contrast will most likely be unappealing.
Your choice of modern or traditional headboard will greatly depend on the design of your bed and the rest of the furniture pieces, interior structure finishes and accessories inside the bedroom. If you have a traditional bed with elaborate carvings made of solid mahogany wood, then a conventional design with similar carvings and tall height that can compensate for the massiveness of traditional masculine beds will be the wisest choice.
When looking for a headboard, it is imperative that you take accurate measurements. This is to ensure that the bed fits snuggly against the headboard; if it is not a good fit, then you will undoubtedly be disappointed with its appearance. First, diligently measure the width and the length of the bed frame. Once you have those measurements, then measure the height of the bed (including the mattress in the frame).
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