|A high coral colored upholstered headboard with a Chinoisserie print makes a big impact against sea grass wallpaper in a twin bedroom. (above)|
Twin bedrooms are kind of like powder rooms to me....from a decor stand point that is. A cute small guest powder room has traditionally been the place in a home that interior designers and design enthusiasts use to make a big decor statement with bold wallpaper, daring paint color, exotic finishes, statement tiling, whimsical accessories and more.
Similarly, a twin bedroom, whether it be for guests or kids should be a room in which you take a risk and have some decorating fun.
What better way to make a design statement in a twin bedroom than with a high profile headboard or bed frame? A taller than normal headboard or bed profile can definitely up the ante in visual impact.
Here are some examples...
|Tall upholstered yellow brocade headboards match the bed spreads and the walls in this twin room. (above)|
|A purple twin room with high tufted headboard. (above)|
|Four poster twin beds in a traditional guest room. (above)|
|The high arched iron beds make the biggest statement in this very sparse little twin room. (above)|
Which of these twin rooms do you prefer? I am having a hard time deciding! None can also be an answer...if so, how might you style a high profile twin bed!
Photos: Annie Schelecter; Jonn Coolidge; New England Home Magazine; Phoebe Howard; Michael Grimm; New England Home Magazine