Sims Hilditch, Radlett Family Home
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Section off your sleep spaceIf you’re craving a dressing area but can’t sacrifice a whole room to the cause, look at reworking the layout of a large bedroom. Here, a half-height wall performs a dual purpose. It acts as a neat headboard for the sleeping space, while also providing a division, behind which lurks oodles of extra storage and a bespoke dressing area.
4. Straight-lined and softWhen including storage, don’t forget comfort. This wide headboard not only features shelves, bedside tables and light fixtures, but it also has a padded surface covered in soft fabric. Think about how you like to sit in your bed too. This headboard has an upright design, perfect for those who like to sit up straight while reading. If you prefer to lie back slightly, go for a slope.
Bring hotel style homeA cosy corner with seating and a dressing area combine with sleeping space in this sophisticated bedroom. The custom-built headboard is an idea well worth borrowing – it divides the zones without blocking light or making the room look smaller. Lighting is key to demarcating the different areas, too. A floor-standing lamp illuminates the relaxation space, while the bedside lights mounted on the headboard have jointed arms, so they can be positioned for reading or more general light. Ambient light, meanwhile, comes from wall lights around the room.Want to give a 5-star hotel appeal to your home?
33. Built-in bedside tablesGloucestershire, England