Bed frame with storage and headboard – Since bedding is usually largest object in a bedroom, and since rooms rarely seem to have enough storage, it makes sense to make double headboard as additional cargo space. Of course, you can buy headboards with shelves and cabinets built in, but that is not only solution — there are many ways to add storage by reassigning other items you already have.
Bed frame with storage and headboard bookstore are not new, but you may not know that you can use real bookstores to get job done. If you have one that is as wide as or wider than your mattress, push it behind your bed. Anchor tightly to wall and fill each shelf that is not covered by bedding. If you have two taller bookstores, there is one on each side of bed instead of bedside tables. Tops Bridge with a board painted to match; board will be not only an extra shelf, it will complete “frame” around head of bed. Hang a curtain, a special box or a mirror on wall in middle to complete look.
Storage cubes are infinitely stackable and come in colors to suit every decor and price for all budgets. Buying an assortment of cubes made of wire, plastic or wood — paperboard or deformable fabric is not sturdy enough to use as a bed frame with storage and headboard. Get buckets that “lock” — or fix them to yourself using glue or wood fasteners — and experiment with stacking them up to get to a setup you like. Then place stack between bed and wall.