7 Ways to Rethink The Space Right Over Your Bed

7 Ways to Rethink The Space Right Over Your Bed

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Dabney Frake
Sep 11, 2015
(Image credit: Tamara Magel Interiors)

Sure we hang things on the wall behind the bed, but right above it is another land of opportunity. Instead of blank ceiling space, think about ways to add a statement to that part of the room. Here are seven that add tons of drama and movement.

Bedroom designed by Tamara Magel Interiors, with Peter Buchman art on the wall, and a vintage Italian chandelier by Stilnovo that adds serious drama overhead.

(Image credit: Sincerely Kinsey)

Kinsey made her bedroom a green oasis with a series of plants in various hanging vessels.

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Treasures & Travels made this macrame ombre fiber art to drape over the bed.

(Image credit: Oliver Heath)

This headboard, in a house by Oliver Heath, keeps going up and up until it's directly overhead.

(Image credit: Light Locations)

A strip of fabric hung as a canopy is both noise dampening, and adds a swoop of movement above your head. From Light Locations.

(Image credit: Urban Outfitters)

String lights transcend the holiday season. Seen here on Urban Outfitters, they are a fast, easy and inexpensive way to add a soft glow to your sleeping space.

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Dara Caponigro used a striped sail above the bed in her all-white guest bedroom.

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