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Bed heads (also known as a headboard) can create a focal point and transform a bedroom’s overall look. Coming in an endless variety of shapes, textures and colours, there’s quite a bit to consider when it comes to finding the right bed head. Read on to discover how to choose the right bed bead for your space.

Getting Your Head Around The Bed Head

  1. Work out the dimensions of your bed head with masking tape. This will make sure that it’s not only the right size for your bed, but for other furniture and the room overall.
  2. Consider other focal points like mirrors and windows. Do you want your bed head to make a statement of its own or to act as a backdrop to these features?
  3. Ensure that your bed head doesn’t overwhelm the room. If you have high ceilings and a large room, consider a high and wide bedhead. If you have low ceilings, choose a shorter bed head. Be mindful of the space between the side walls and the bedhead itself, and that it’s proportionate with your side tables.
  4. Have your bed head stand out or use it to complement bedroom decor. Sleek leather can offer modern cool and sophistication. Rattan has a bohemian vibe that's perfect for coastal styling, but can also be incorporated into Scandi minimalism or a Hamptons aesthetic. Upholstered fabric, of course, has a timelessness and warmth, but can successfully be used with more contemporary styles.
  5. Bed heads can be used to complement other shapes in your bedroom or add a little flair and personality of its own. A traditional rectangular shape is bold and streamlined, which is perfect for rooms that are defined by sharp, clean lines. Scalloped edges provide an air of classical elegance, while circular shapes can give a bedroom a cool retro touch.
  6. Bed heads should be durable and easy to clean. Leather can simply be wiped down with a damp cloth while fabric can collect dust, so it’ll need to be cleaned with either a vacuum or a lint roller.
  7. As a dominant piece of décor, bed heads can have an impact on the balance of your room. Contrast neutral tones with darker bed linen and cushions, or softer tones like lavender or blush pink. Strong, bold hues like black or grey can be striking against white or cream-coloured walls. Head in for a new bed head today! Pop in to your nearest Myer store to check out the latest bed heads and other bedding accessories. Short on time but can’t wait for the postman? Order online, select Click and Collect and pick up your purchase at your nearest Myer.

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