Before this master suite's renovation on season six of HGTV Design Star, it had no headboard. Contestant Karl creates this soft, upholstered one to add depth and a focal point to the room. "I love the headboard...it almost looks like subtle waves," says judge Vern Yip.
Taupe and gunmetal are two new neutrals that have great versatility for use in a wide variety of rooms. Here, the two colors were used to add horizontal stripes to a master bedroom lacking in architectural interest. A shag area rug and shag upholstered cube stools add soft texture to the room while a natural wood bed frame and headboard add a touch of craftsman influence.
The warm color palette of brown and beige in this bedroom is best displayed in the reclaimed wood paneled wall. The upholstered headboard, distressed bench and cow hide rug add to the room's rustic feel.
Atlanta designer Nikie Barfield's light, fresh master suite features an oversized fiddleleaf fig in an artisanal container, a charming swarm of butterflies flanking the linen upholstered headboard and custom night stands.
Dark wood furniture, including an upholstered headboard, contrasts with the soft beige color palette in this traditional bedroom. Antique wall art adds charm to the space while striped and floral accent pillows bring a pop of color to the room.
A gray upholstered bed features an oversized headboard in this transitional master bedroom. The wood accent wall works with the bed to act as a focal point. The room also features a stylish mix of midcentury-modern and contemporary furnishings and fixtures.
An oversized upholstered headboard makes an inviting place to read in bed. The dark wood of the bed frame contrasts with the bright yellow bedding and light hardwood floors for a sleek, chic look. A cowhide rug serves as an exclamation point in this contemporary space.