We did already allude to the big reason why live-edge furniture and features like the reclaimed barn door are so very popular again. Many of us want to discover and re-discover our roots and once again find that connection with all things nature-centric.
A rustic wooden headboard can simply be crafted using pieces of reclaimed wood or even driftwood that you find around your home. Others have turned to dried branches and old barn doors to get the job done. No matter what your preference is you can rest assured that the wooden headboard is a showstopper in the rustic bedroom.
Having a headboard you can fill with daily messages is as easy as buying a can of chalkboard paint! Paint a headboard of your choice or paint directly on the wall to create a headboard effect. Adding a border and visual detail helps the finished product stand out.
Add to it styles such as industrial bohemian and shabby chic that also invite the slab headboard gleefully and you have a plethora of styles to choose from.
Got a twin bed? No problem — bookshelf headboards are great for kids’ rooms student dorm rooms and even guest rooms! Just grab a more narrow bookshelf that makes a better fit for a smaller bed like these two examples from Small Rooms on Tumblr and Susanna Carter on Pinterest.
Homeowners and designers have realized quickly that even the most contemporary of spaces benefit from the ‘touch of wood’ and there are few places that gain more from its presence than the serene bedroom. And today we take a look at how a wooden headboard can define refine and accentuate the style of your personal haven!