So today as I was browsing through Houzz.com, I came across some really creative headboards. Headboards can be a great way of creating a focal point and can give a bedroom that much needed wow factor when paired with accessories and the rest of the bedroom decor. Here are some ways how.
In this bedroom, an unused fireplace mantel is converted into a striking headboard. Depending on your chosen design scheme you could go for an antique piece, a contemporary one or a solid wood surround.
This quilted headboard is the perfect solution for creating an eclectic vibe and for adding a splash of colour to a neutral schemed bedroom. The wall art gives added interest while throw pillows give texture.
This painted headboard is a great money saving solution. A deep chocolate brown framed in red paint gives the illusion of a sumptuous bed.
This headboard made of twigs adds textural interest to the bedroom and complements the neutral and contemporary feel of the space. The natural finish provides a great contrast to the leather accent pieces.
A driftwood headboard adds a lovely rustic touch to this bedroom and is perfect for a coastal inspired space.
A picket fence headboard gives a cottage feel to this bedroom. Pair it bedding and wall paint in pretty pastels for a refreshing feel.
This kids’ bedroom uses bookshelves to create an interesting focal point while at the same time providing ample storage.
A gallery wall with framed prints is another easy way of creating an attractive headboard. One or two colours can be taken from the artwork and used in accessories for a unified feel.
In this bedroom an antique mirror adds charm and character to the space. It also helps to reflect light within the space for an airy feel. You can, however, choose a mirror depending on your personal taste and style.
In this bedroom, a recycled hockey stick headboard is not only creative but creates an instant eye -catching design.
Another creative option is using a rug as a headboard and they come in a variety of styles from geometrics, florals, needlepoint and so on. However, to get this look right make sure the rug is as big as your mattress or frames your nightstands. Buying a smaller rug would throw the whole scheme off balance.
Last but not the least is the re-purposed shutter window headboard which goes great with a rustic cottage or a French country style bedroom. A distressed finish adds a touch of history to the space and combined with soft fabrics creates a cosy feel.