The designer’s penchant for global accoutrements continues in this room where a headboard wrapped in a handira (a Moroccan wedding blanket), brings moments of color, metallics, pattern and texture to the room in a single well-placed piece. The piece was found on a trip to Morocco that ended with Naomi being wrapped in the blanket at the end of a long evening. It now takes on a special significance as a decorative piece in her home.
Colorful patterns and pillows bring a playful feel to this bedroom. The sage green of the fabric headboard is accented with festive dotted wallpaper in shades of orange, yellow and pink to add a sense of fun to the space.
The oversized pale blue headboard makes a statement in this otherwise neutral bedroom. The transitional space ties contemporary pieces, like the headboard and ceiling fan, together with more traditional pieces, like the white bedding and bedside table.
Bedroom design doesn't end with the bed. Headboards can add just as much, if not more character. This headboard has a circle cut out of it, which designer Tom Beasley uses to show off the floor-to-ceiling curtains behind it and the bed.
Pad a headboard - It’s a classic hotel device, and an instant signifier of the height of luxury, but a padded headboard doesn’t have to cost a fortune. If you’re feeling crafty, you can make your own: at its most basic, all you need is some cut-to-size foam, the right amount of MDF or plywood, screws, a staple gun and the fabric of your choice.