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The headboard in the master bedroom is covered in a 19th-century Pakistani textile, and the spread was made in Venice.
The bed and chest, said docent Ben Nichols, are from the East Lake style, with influences from the Arts and Crafts period - which are evident in the tiles in the headboard and inlay at the top.
Our room, with two queen beds, was a cozy 320 square feet, with large, dark headboards and a mishmash of oddball art on the walls.
Round drops of blood on the wall behind the headboard tell investigators that David's head had to be raised nearly a foot above the mattress when the bullet was fired.
The furniture is made to order: the bed and the padded leather headboard wall, fitted closets, bedside tables and the window shutters.
Business Insider recommends using a flashlight or your phone’s flash to look behind the headboard or bed joints to see if anything has been lurking in the dark and skitters away in the light.
Large Euro-style pillows (the big square ones) can stand in for headboards without anything attached to the wall.
In Kelly Giesen's New York City bedroom, the Wolf Home headboard, hung on the wall to save space, is upholstered in a silver fabric from Gray Line Linen.
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