A wicker headboard and chevron pattern rug add texture to the smooth, bright look of this bedroom. White roman shades blend with the clean white walls for a simple, uncluttered style. A natural wood craftsman style rocker faces the bed. The white bed linens are trimmed with a neutral border and topped with a decorative elephant throw pillow.
Forget boring blue walls — this black-and-white, industrial-inspired space is boy-friendly from preteen to adulthood. A chevron headboard and patterned pillows and throws add a graphic (but not girly) punch.
After a one-week redesign, this master bedroom received a major overhaul with a bright blue paint job and a stylish collection of varied patterns and prints. To lighten and brighten the room, the worn carpet was replaced with a whitewashed wood laminate floor.
Go cabin chic with this rustic custom headboard project from Lowe’s. The DIY design assembles thin 1-by-3-inch strips of pine wood in a chevron pattern to create a woodsy focal point for your sleep space.
Steal from elsewhere in your home. Atlanta DIYer and stylist Jo Torrijos, who blogs at A Simpler Design, used a cotton striped tablecloth to recover a headboard that was once a colorful chevron pattern. The result is a beach-inspired bedroom for guests.
This eclectic boys' bedroom pairs toile wallpaper and Roman shades with contemporary furnishings, such as the chevron-patterned headboards. A bold yellow nightstand provides a jolt of color against the subtle blue-and-green color palette.
Blue and green toile prints combine with chevron pattern headboard in this eclectic boy's bedroom. A small basketball hoop is mounted to the wall, and a basket of balls sits by the bed for playing before bedtime.
A gray accent wall acts as a backdrop for the subway tile shaped headboard design. White bed linens are decorated with a chevron throw blanket and pillows with a finishing sheen. Low nightstands have matching table lamps framing the bed and black and white car art mounted on the wall. A sliding glass door reveals a view to the balcony and lets in bright, natural light.
Blue hues ranging from brightest sky to deepest ocean turn this girl’s bedroom into a tranquil but playful retreat. Layered pattern varies from chevron to floral to Suzani, and the clients helped design the custom headboard’s shape.
A mix of bold patterns in neutral colors creates a visually interesting, yet not overpowering bedroom design. The striped ceiling draws attention to the slim wire chandelier hanging over the bed. An ivory padded headboard provides a soft background for multi-patterned bedding and interesting black sconces.
A gray and white chevron accent wall paired with an elegant crystal chandelier creates this chic contemporary guest room. A dark blue velvet headboard adds an extra touch of sophistication to this hip, urban space.
This gorgeous modern master bedroom tastefully mixes patterns, from stripes to chevron, to create a beautifully unique space with a cohesive color story. The space is lit with a fantastic custom chandelier and built-in his-and-hers lighting on the headboard.
As seen on HGTV's Flipping the Block, husband and wife team John and Whitney Spinks created a midcentury-inspired retreat in the master bedroom of their California home. Chevron curtains frame the upholstered headboard, dressing up the bed's placement in front of the window.
This transitional bedroom blends interesting contemporary decor with a traditional base. Blue walls surround the red canopy bed. A red leaf chevron comforter and red pillow match the headboard and canopy railings. Black and white hanging lamps add an interesting pattern and color contrast.
A built-in nightstand backed by decorative beadboard provides stylish, functional storage in this transitional kid's bedroom. An upholstered headboard with two rows of nailhead trim is custom-built to fit the space, and reading lights above are a practical addition. Dinosaur-printed bedding, acid green pillows and a matching chevron rug add kid-friendly flair.
The bedroom is all about the mix. The mix of fresh patterns and colorful textiles create a cozy, comfortable and beautiful place to sit back and relax. A headboard was installed using left-over yardage from a project. The close-knit chevron pattern creates an unexpected headboard for the bed. The black and white pattern is a complement to the black and white knit pillow that Kelley likes to cozy up on. At the foot of the bed, Kelley Carter has incorporated a textile from her travels: fabric from the Philippines that adds a vibrant display to the bed. The patterned textile is filled with meaning, a reflection of Kelley’s own Filipino heritage.