1. LOWER HEADBOARD
If you have a small window, go for a lower headboard to let the light in. In this bedroom, the white shutter is a great compliment for the white bed and bedding.
This room doesn't seem to be small. However placing the bed against the window helped to create softness between the two large armoires (love them!). What a beautiful bedroom!
2. GOING OFF CENTER
Does the bed need to be always in the center? Of course not!
3. OPEN HEADBOARD
Open headboard is also an option for not blocking the light.
4. IF YOU HAVE A SECOND WINDOW
If you are lucky enough to have two windows, it's okay to go taller with you headboard.
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5 - IF YOU HAVE A LARGE WINDOW
If your window is huge like this one in this photo, the size of your headboard doesn't really matter. You can just go taller and the sun will still light up your space! ;-)
As you see, placing your bed against the window shouldn't be a no no anymore! ;-)
Updates on my projects: I finally found the brackets for my floating shelves (remember my office project?). I also found a nice, cute, pretty, vintage piece of furniture that I will be working on it. Can't wait to share with you!
Hope you are enjoying your warm days! ;-)