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bed with an extra-large headboard is really trendy because it allows one to define the entire style of the bedroom with only one detail. It just takes a special headboard to create a new bedtime scene without having to change the rest of the furniture. The headboard is the star and that’s why it is important to immediately determine its style and choose the best inspiration for the rest of the décor, without giving up on comfort, in order to start dreaming with eyes wide open.

 

Antique elegance

A tall and extra-large headboard that encloses the bed with true theatrical backdrops is perfect for giving a regal look to the bedroom, especially for a room with antique architecture. However, it’s better to go with a light fabric that reminds one of a tapestry so as not to weigh down the atmosphere too much. A spectacular look is a guarantee and the atmosphere will be bright and sophisticated.

Maxalto, Dike bed - design Antonio Citterio

 

Urban style

Is the bed your private refuge for relaxing, but also chatting, working and enjoying a snack? What we need is a bed that fits our rhythm and movements, like this multitasking haven with pillows that become backrests and move along the perimeter as needed. It even acts as a nightstand and makes space for lamps, books and other objects for a bold, dynamic but also decidedly comfortable bed in perfect metropolitan style.

peter maly by ligne roset

Ligne Roset, Peter Maly 2 bed - design Peter Maly

 

Oriental minimalism

Austere minimalism with a perfect mix between tradition and contemporaneity is another trend in modern décor. This bed with its frame and padded headboard goes for the purity of white that highlights, with a sophisticated touch, the solid ash and straw headboard screen. The result is a bedroom that has a modern oriental feel and timeless appeal.

byron by porro

Porro, Byron bed - design Piero Lissoni

 

Total wellness

Whether it’s a loft or studio apartment, what is needed is a bed capable of dividing the space and preserving our intimacy in order to ensure our rest. This one placed in the center of the room becomes a small nest dedicated to wellness: the rotatable headboard is covered with a special fabric that purifies the air by reducing polluting particles and has an ecological, recyclable and thermal acoustic panel that muffles sound. Moreover, it has compartments for putting away books, glasses and your phone. All that’s left to say is “sweet dreams”.

Cassina, Bio-mbo bed - design Patricia Urquiola

 

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