Headboards Surprise With Storage
Whether your bedroom is blessed with decent closet space or lacking it, then you can always benefit from additional shelves, shelves or cabinetry. You might think that this is possible simply through freestanding wardrobes, dressers or bedside tables. But have you considered the possibility of your headboard? This decorative feature can enhance your space with style whilst lending advantageous function. Storage is among the most elusive and sought-after factors of a house; with the perfect design or a little creativity, your headboard may be a savvy alternative.
Modern Bedroom – $500
Look for a design that is made to provide the storage you crave. This piece features a back and a curved front, providing space for both a shelf and 2 cabinets, which can hold anything from bedside novels to additional pillows.
Tracy Stone AIA
This slick headboard has a key: It includes sliding panels that open to reveal a hidden cupboard behind. If you can’t find what you’re searching for and have the funds to do so, think about a custom-built headboard like this example.
Kevin Karst Design Inc..
Different headboard designs also come extended in diameter with drawers that are attached. These drawers are handy because they corral storage whilst acting as built-in bedside tables.
Michael Knowles, Architect
This design features one easy drawer for both sides of the bed that can make all of the difference.
Dwelling on Design, Deborah Derocher
Consider big freestanding pieces that essentially double as storage space and headboard. These are especially convenient if you are turning a space into a bedroom that does not contain a closet. These pieces will ground the bed while supplying ample space for clothes and requirements.
Here is an illustration of a much larger and likely custom-built piece that acts as a headboard as well as storage. I presume there is closet space on the opposing side, while the negative we view comes complete with shelves and cabinetry. Adding upholstered squares makes the piece seem to be a authentic headboard.
Smith & Vansant Architects PC
Get creative with freestanding pieces by utilizing one side as a decorative headboard and another as ample storage, like this example. Pieces like these are ideal solutions for attic spaces or studios if you are attempting to make a different bedroom area.
Woodmeister Master Builders
Here is a built-in part that works double duty as a headboard on one side along with a dresser on the other.
Feldman Architecture, Inc..
A headboard that essentially acts as a bookcase (click photo to view full view) can offer a home to a number of items in your bedroom. This specific example is part of a custom mattress bed that includes even more storage at the bottom.
Do not neglect to exercise a little creativity in regards to combining storage with headboards. Think about commissioning a built-in bookshelf for your bedroom that includes a paneled rise in the centre that may work as a headboard. If built in shelves are beyond your budget, go to Ikea to see how you can re-create the look.
Laidlaw Schultz architects
This is another creative alternative: the headboard shelf. Simply including a shelf at your bed’s pillow lineup provides the illusion of a real headboard, and likely at less cost than purchasing the actual thing. Plus, the extra surface area provides precisely what you want: storage.
Oppdal Headboard With Storage Compartment – $130
The Oppdal Headboard out of Ikea provides a handy storage compartment and a fashionable wood look at an affordable price.
Storage-Bed Headboard, Chocolate – $149
This slick design from West Elm anchors the bed whilst providing built-in bedside tables for additional functionality.