A wooden headboard adds style, luxury and comfort to any bedroom, but at a hefty price. Designer Ana White of Ana-White.com shares a simple way to create a bold, rustic headboard that any beginner woodworker can accomplish.
A white bedroom is saved from being plain and boring thanks to colorful, well-chosen accessories. An eye-catching turquoise headboard serves as a focal point, while contemporary X-base footstools with floral upholstering provide extra seating at the end of the bed.
A wood frame and rope boarder give this circular mirror a nautical finish perfect for a coastal theme. The turquoise bed side table adds a bright and pleasing accent color against the white and pastel yellow wall. A wicker headboard contributes texture to the sunny space.
Split walls with pastel yellow on top and white on the bottom set a bright backdrop for this coastal bedroom. A wicker bed frame and headboard are topped with a plush, striped comforter and a navy polka dot pillow for accent. Vibrant turquoise bedside tables add an extra pop of color and match the patterned curtain.
Tufted corner chairs seated below the long window match the tufted headboard in this calm, transitional bedroom design. Layered throw pillows and pale turquoise dressers add soft color details. The neutral tones and open floor space create a comfortable and relaxing layout.
An upholstered headboard separates the gray-green wall from the pastel patterned comforter. Matching nightstands and table lamps frame the sides of the bed, and a white bench with textured throw caps off the end. A small workspace features a white desk, neutral chair and turquoise color accents.
A lovely and decorative white headboard gives dainty detail to this bright bedroom. Small throw pillows padding the bed compliment the pastel pink and turquoise in the floor rug. A large flower globe pendant light is the perfect detail to match the feminine feel of the room.
A black lacquer nightstand with mother of pearl knobs provides texture to this master bedroom. A contemporary lamp illuminates the nailhead upholstered headboard and patterns on the pillows. The turquoise vase of flowers puts a pop of color into the room and picks up the hint of cool blue on the headboard.
A show-stopping accent wall forms the focal point in this transitional master bedroom in a Colorado penthouse. The transparent headboard allows the wall's design to peek through, and a bolster pillow atop the neutral bed pulls from the vivid jade in the wall treatment.
A large bed with an upholstered gray headboard and turquoise throw pillows is the centerpiece of this stylish bedroom. A matching retro dresser and nightstand feature wood drawers. Colorful wall art and small decorative details add bright color to the neutral palette.
To make the large space feel more cozy and intimate, designers brought in a large, padded headboard in navy blue leather. To accent this new piece, turquoise lamps were added to the nightstand on either side of the bed-the jewel tones of the accents and the bed frame creating a nice contrast between themselves and the gray walls.
As seen on HGTV Design Star, this bedroom was upgraded to a gray contemporary theme. The matching twin beds feature a patterned comforter, slanted gray corner headboard, and turquoise throw blanket for a touch of color. The window seat displays various gray, black and white throw pillows. The room's review on the show stated, "J and Doug have trouble making decisions together from the very beginning, and the result is a poorly executed room. J's headboards are sloppy, leaving judge Genevieve Gorder to say, 'If you're not going to do it well, don't do it.'"