By Pascaline Brassard. Headboard. Published at Thursday, May 03rd, 2018 - 10:35:04 AM.
Interior design trends have allowed the strangest of design fusions to combine and create eclectic spaces with each element having distinct characteristics that result in unique yet harmonious interior spaces. To design in unfamiliar grounds is to test the boundaries of functionality and aesthetics. It involves taking risks and exploring different possibilities and awesome opportunities that will yield an efficient and beautiful outcome. In the case of bedroom headboard designs, the challenge is to select a piece that will blend into the interior scheme of the place as well as provide a fancy accent that is pleasing and appealing to the occupant of the bedroom.
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.
Nevertheless, the most popular styles of headboards are crafted in solid wood - oak, cherry, maple, mahogany and American walnut are five of the more popular woods. These are normally paneled, and may also display some form of decorative carving. Upholstered versions are frequently deep buttoned, sometimes tufted to give the headboard a quilted appearance.
Then look at your current décor - is that to be retained or changed to suit the bed? People do not generally redecorate their bedroom when they need a new bed! Is natural wood best, or would prefer it to be colored - painted or upholstered. These questions can only be answered by you, and your answers will determine the style and finish of your new bed headboard.
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