Nailheads can add definition and chic style to an upholstered headboard and this Octavia Bed with Nailheads from Serena & Lily is the perfect example of made-to-order style. Why? Because the headboard can be upholstered in a huge selection of fabrics from solids to exciting patterns!
We at Decoist have been spending time showcasing the top design trends for 2016 and today we take a look at how these trends have filtered into the teen decor arena. It’s been fun watching retailers that cater to teens pick up on these trends and ensure that their decor reflects the latest in modern style.
The is in! Think warm cozy and textured. These Kashmir Faux Fur Pillow Covers from RH Teen come in a range of hues and the faux fur is a comfy combination of acrylic modacrylic and polyester.
So many amazing beds from Anthropologie and here’s one more! The Coralie Bed is crafted from handcarved wood and the curves lines and frills of the piece give it an enchanting under-the-sea vibe. As precious as a pearl!
The best thing about decorating a kids’ room is the freedom it gives in terms of the colors patterns and at times styles that one can turn to. Those bright and audacious hues that are perceived to be far too ‘daring’ for the rest of the home often fit right in with a vivacious cheerful and stylish kids’ bedroom.
While beds on wheels do not disappear into the wall like Murphy beds they allow you to easily rearrange the room and turn a bedroom into a study area or playroom without too much fuss.
Last but not least we have Lubecca from Nella Vetrina. Upholstered in fabric this piece has a luxury look especially when you top if off with a collection of pillows! Once again we see the power of monochromatic style:
When tufting meets linear style… This Park Avenue Bed by Haute House for Horchow features a substantial headboard that makes the perfect backdrop for a long winter’s nap. Especially when ample bedding is involved!