Want to make a beautiful master bedroom

I have only 2 usable walls for the bed and they both have Windows in middle of wall. What is best way to set up a queen bed? I want to use an upholstered head board.
  5 answers
  • Michelle Harbee Michelle Harbee on Jan 17, 2016
    I prefer the headboard to be against a window. The light shining through accents the bed and it creates nice symmetry, especially since the windows are located in the middle of the walls. Just make sure the headboard your purchase isn't so tall that it covers the entire window. I've also been told and agree that the bed should be the focal point of the room and should be seen right away upon entry; therefore, try to have it face the door.

  • Becky Greenwald Becky Greenwald on Jan 17, 2016
    If the window is not as wide as the headboard, hang drapes as wide as you dare (wider than the headboard or even as wide as your nightstand too) to give the illusion that the window is that wide. Check Pinterest for visuals. Creates balance in the room.

  • Rus1058682 Rus1058682 on Jan 17, 2016
    Pictures work wonders in this situation.. It is hard to suggest anything if we don't know the 'landscape' of the area.. R

  • Joline Cosman Joline Cosman on Jan 17, 2016
    There is no reason you shouldn't put your bed on a window wall. You might consider putting a curtain wall behind the bed, esp if the window is not centered. Or at least a wide curtain area as Becky said above. If the room is really big, you might try angling the bed in a corner. Just an idea. Best of luck ! Post the finished product !

  • Rene Stiebing Rene Stiebing on Jan 17, 2016
    I have draped the entire wall with beautiful sheets. You can either tack them up taunt or gather them on a rod as full as you like.