Hi, we’re planning a home renovation. Our bed has this column behind part of the headboard. I am looking for suggestions on how to work with this column. A photo is attached. Thank you.
Add some more? (it most likely houses something ugly and necessary) With built in dimmable led spots, for example.
Add some more “wall” with niches? Yes, that might work. Thank you.
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I think it's a bedroom., better to see pics from other angles.
You may also consider closing that completely.
I was going to make the same suggestion as rinq. You will get some storage behind, maybe with lights and straighten out the wall behind in the process. You can configure it so that you have some sections with closed storage and some open
Thank you, Cornerstone. We considered closing off the space behind the headboard, but finally decided against it.
Thank you, GJ Studio. Yes, I agree. I quite like Rinq’s suggestion and the inputs you added.
Hi Archana, you can play with Pop wall designing or wooden paneling design with a concealed lighting effect. make sure to use light color on the wall with your dark furniture color.
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add wall niches or make dummy wall with pop or wooden panelling
panel and cover the gap. Use the paneling to use it as hidden storage
Maybe you could just close up the niche by adding a wall panel. This way you would get a some storage and would also act as a headboard wall panelling giving it more sleek look
hi Archana.. you could maybe panel the column and beam with slats.. and go for a thick fabric headboard that is backlit.. also, the thickness of the headboard in this will be lesser on the coulmn side and more on the wall side (almost like a ledge on which you could rest an abstract artwork painting) the wall can be done in simple paint or a brick/concrete texture or a wallpaper.
attaching a picture of one of my designs for another side have similar issue..
hope that helps!
best of luck and regards,Rajvi
I quite like your idea, deSigner. We are planning to do something similar.
My suggestion is woode panelling work is best option