bedroom, but few people realise that their headboard is one of them. As surprising as it might sound, the headboard is a key piece of furniture and can have a profound influence over the look and feel of a room. This is even more true considering that your bed forms the centrepiece of the room and your headboard, in turn, forms the aesthetic focal point of your bed.
In the past, most beds were sold complete with a headboard that was recommended by the manufacturer and wouldn’t necessarily cater to the tastes and preferences of the individual customer. However, more and more customers are opting for custom designer headboards. By selecting the colour, finish and style of a headboard, a customer is able to match it to the existing decor or use it as a starting point from which to construct the aesthetic of their bedroom.
After you have chosen a headboard, you will need to fill your bedroom with the remaining furniture. Wardrobes, cupboards and draws can be made to match the appearance of your headboard for a uniform feel, or they can be deliberately contrasted for a mix and match effect. If you are looking for a modern or minimalist theme, choose chrome finishes and polished surfaces. Natural colours and wood finishes will fit most bedroom designs.
Light is also an important factor in the design of your bedroom. First, consider where your natural light is coming from and how much the room is receiving. If the room is poorly lit, you may want to consider offestting this by using light c