In this guest bedroom, designers added a gray headboard and a gray striped rug to give some color to the space. To add texture and personality, bleached wood nightstands and a matching bench were added, while the gold and crystal chandelier and framed bridge schematic add personality and interest, creating a stylish space.
A traditional gray and white bedroom has 18-foot ceilings. The soft, calming space includes a custom headboard by designer Phoebe Howard, a bench, a bedside table with a lamp, chandelier made of an antique birdcage, white bedding and a darker door.
This master bedroom was once dark and traditional, but now, it is light and modern. To brighten the space, designers added sheer curtains that allow light into the room instead of blocking it. Heavier curtains were hung on a rod just outside the sheer, though, to block light and add privacy when desired. The modern headboard is the statement piece in the room, with the nightstands built into it, and the footboard doubles as a cabinet to house the television and conceal it when not in use.
The footboard of this bed opens to reveal a television, perfect for late night (or nap time) viewing. The bed's platform is made from repurposed benches that also provide extra storage for books and pillows.
A navy, yellow and white master bedroom is emboldened with a navy upholstered headboard in a scalloped design from Ballard Designs. Two nightstands hold gold and white lamps. A wicker woven rug gives feeling below while a footboard bench rests at the end of the bed.
A modern bedroom shines with blue accents in the custom blue velvet headboard by Parker Kennedy Living, the pillows on the footboard bench and the gallery wall. Neutral printed curtains drape around the windows while a painting hangs above a metallic miniature chest.
A tufted button-back paisley headboard and footboard is combined with luxurious textures and a delicate color palette to create a warm and inviting master suite. The pendant lights and starburst mirror give the room a punch of pizazz.
As seen on HGTV's Design on a Dime, fresh blue paint on the walls, crisp bedding and orange curtains add chic boutique hotel style to this bedroom. A bulky footboard was removed from the bed for a better view of the fireplace.
On season four of HGTV Design Star, contestant Antonio designs a bedroom for five-year-old Connor, who loves dinosaurs and art. The headboard and footboard are designed to look like stones, and fun dinosaur cutouts are added to the walls.