I came across this article in an old Southern Accents magazine. Birmingham designer Liz Woods was asked to design a headboard that could anchor the look of three unique bedroom styles. She chose to use a simple rectangle shape, upholstered it and added nailhead trim which you know I love. (See why Here) This really would be a simple headboard to make!
Have you or would you try this?
Look at the different looks that Woods created:
|"I designed this headboard with one goal in mind: to keep it classic and enduring," says designer Liz Woods. "I chose a simple rectangular shape that is versatile and easy to slipcover."|
This first look is feminine and pretty. A tone on tone design with a contrasting Ikat pillow that completes the look!
My personal favorite ,except I could never have a bare tile floor in the bedroom. I do love the more masculine, tailored look of the bed. I've never cared for bedskirts- do you? ...Besides, tucking in the bedding shows off more nailhead trim!
The natural rug and green patterned duvet give this bedroom a very organic feel. Notice the contrasts in texture- quilted skirt, fluffy duvet, velvet pillows and natural weave rug. Remarkably, it works!
This last photo is a different headboard altogether but with the same lines. Again, simple enough to make albeit a little more work with all of the tufting but WOW- I think it would be worth it.
Now this is fun!
Which of these looks is your favorite?
BTW, There is still time to send me your pics for The Monday Mix- Totebags and Decor.
Send photos to firstname.lastname@example.org before Sunday evening.
Have a great weekend!