This guest bedroom is set to receive visitors in style. Its green-gray tones are complemented with pops of a terra cotta color. The ceiling is lightly beamed and color-washed in gray tones. The ornate chandelier is rustic wrought iron and all of the bedding, including the headboard, was custom-made.
A custom green tufted upholstered headboard complements white custom bedding in this feminine guest bedroom. The nightstand lamp's black lampshade pairs well with the black headboard trim, while flowers add an organic touch to the neutral space.
A custom upholstered headboard, tall rectangular mirrors and antique wood nightstands give stately colonial elegance to the master bedroom. Navy blue floral patterns cover the rug and are picked up again in the accent pillows.
A glass chandelier provides a fun finishing touch in this eclectic, colorful guest bedroom. Asian-inspired patterns adorn the custom upholstered headboard and an antique armchair. A folding screen complements the colors in the fabric and brightens an otherwise dark corner.
This soft blue bedroom features a custom upholstered headboard with nailhead trim. The window treatment behind the bed and dramatic wall art, highlighted by the table lamp, extend the appearance of the room's height. A textured contemporary nightstand topped with metallic accessories complete the look.
Mirrored bedside tables reflect all the colors and patterns used in this eclectic bedroom. The Tiffany blue room and custom upholstered vintage headboard is complemented by unique graphic print pillows and a polka dot bedspread.
This light and bright master bedroom features a custom neutral upholstered headboard and fresh white bed linens. Lampshade sconces on either side of the headboard provide the perfect light for reading, while a leather armchair adds a cozy spot for relaxing.
The biggest splurge in the master bedroom was the custom upholstered headboard, which grounds the space and keeps the scale and proportion of the main pieces in check. Although the fabric used for its upholstery came to less than $100, the nail head detail was triple that price. The nail heads themselves are not expensive (usually priced by the 1000 unit box), but the labor and time involved to apply them as a custom pattern comes at a high cost. To create the pattern, a template is first made from paper, then laid in place along the upholstery. Referring to the template, a skilled upholstery professional applies each nail head by hand using a rubber mallet, ensuring even placement and perfectly level lines. Altogether, nail head application for a headboard this size may take as much as two full days to complete.
This master bedroom features custom touches, including an upholstered headboard and nightstands, both designed by Coddington Design. The nightstands are topped with polished horn lamps, while a nearby vintage wingback chair offers a comfy seat.
A serene master bedroom with calming shades of beige. This master has a large sitting area and a window that flood the space with natural light. Custom upholstered chairs and a side table add to the luxury.