A fresh look to your bedroom. Reforming the bed with headboard designed very creative famous designer, David Bromstad Candice Olson and Sarah Richardson. Some interesting headboard and also in harmony with his bed. Give creative ideas to the harmony of the bed. Make the bedroom more beautiful and stylish, matching between color and headboard.
Twin Headboards from David Bromstad
David covered an accent wall in sculptural, laser-cut mahogany to create a dramatic backdrop for the room’s nightclub-inspired round bed. Minimal twin headboards, covered in the same sleek, white vinyl as the rest of the bed, provide a comfortable spot for lounging without visually competing with the focal wall.
Green Headboard from Sarah Richardson
Easy being green, bet you couldn’t tell this sunny bedroom is actually located in a basement. Sarah maximized the small amount of natural light with plenty of crisp white in the room’s walls, bedding and flooring. A bold, graphic wallpaper adds textural interest while the custom, arched headboard in a cheery green shade really pops.
Big Headboard from David Bromstad Ideas
To David, color is the root of great design. He expresses his theory by brightening up this airy bedroom with large paintings in saturated shades of orange and blue. A substantial tufted headboard, that encompasses both nightstands, makes the bed a soft place to land at the end of a long day.
Romantic Bedroom with Neutral Headboard by Candice Olson
Candice knows how to spark a flame in the bedroom. She recommends starting with a soothing color palette paired with the right amount of soft lighting to create a restful sanctuary. A built-in fireplace and massive crystal chandelier enhance the room’s romantic feel while an oversized, upholstered headboard takes advantage of the soaring vaulted ceiling.
Wood Headboard from Candice Olson Ideas
A study in light and bright contrasts, Candice incorporated the homeowner’s existing espresso-stained wood headboard into the new attic master suite by balancing its dark tone with plenty of white accented by cheery pear green.
Custom Headboard by Candice Olson
Candice created this master suite to celebrate a young couple’s love of far-off locales. To contrast with the room’s many exotic souvenirs, she kept the bed traditional with a plush, custom headboard upholstered in rich charcoal-gray velvet framed by silver nail-head trim.
The oversized spherical posts are the star of this bed. So, in place of a traditional headboard David hangs one of his original paintings and adds comfort with Moroccan-inspired pillows piled in an asymmetrical fashion.
A richly patinaed brass bedstead is the natural partner to a vintage handmade quilt in Sarah’s country house. Her inspiration for this bedroom was actually the paisley pattern used on the pillows — the bed’s warm golden hue complements the tightly patterned fabric perfectly.
Fresh Take on Floral
A feminine, curvilinear design makes this custom headboard a real attention getter. The large-scale abstract floral pattern Sarah chose is both youthful and classic. Pillows in coordinating colors finish the look.
Fresh Take on a Classic
A traditional four-poster frame visually anchors the bed in this soaring, vaulted bedroom. Bright pops of citrus green and yellow add modern verve to the room’s timeless style. Design by Sarah Richardson.