So, I officially found a new place to live! It is funny how a new place makes you want almost all new furniture. On my list of “musts” includes a new sofa, armchairs, table top, curtains, light fixtures, skirted bedside tables…..and importantly, a new bed. My current headboard is great for a guest room, but not for the bedroom I have designed in my head. I am really really conflicted on whether I want an upholstered headboard or simply take another route. I am seriously tempted by heading in the direction of iron.
Now, I am open to any and all opinions about iron headboards. Seriously, please comment and guide me in this big decision! I honestly never thought I would even look twice at an iron headboard, but more and more images have recently drawn me into the idea. I think iron adds a dimension of texture and contrast to fluffy white bedding (yes, sheets really should be white…). Here are just a few of the images that have inspired me to get into the heavy metal.
Lots of light and iron. Via Veranda
Sweet neutrality and iron details. I like the mix of upholstery and iron.
My favorite palette of blues and greens. Via Elle Decor
A spacious and wonderfully appointed master bedroom with lots of iron detail. Via AD
One of my favorite bedrooms. Bold and beautiful. Via Ele Decor
Suzanne Rheinstein double beds. A classic and timeless appointed bedroom. Via Elle Decor
Chinoiserie all day. Miles Redd is the master. Always.
So apparently this is an Ikea bed. Yes, you heard me right. I need to find this asap! Via Elle Decor
Simple sophistication. Everything a bedroom should be. Casually comfortable and chic. Via AD
Sleek iron, wood, and neutral linens against a detailed mural wall.
Michael S. Smith does an excellent job with iron beds. Really, he gets the aesthetic so well. I love how the iron mixes so beautifully with the upholstery.
A serene setting that is plush and traditionally designed.
Oh hello Mr. Redd. He also knows how to do a perfect iron bedroom in wonderfully wallpapered rooms. Via Elle Decor