For a more relaxed atmosphere, you can find colors from whites, ivories and creams to pastel shades of green, blue and pink. Also look into choosing a fabric that matches other fabric colors in the room. As opposed to the more sedate, "sleepy" soft tones, don’t be afraid to venture onto the "dark side" and choose a darker and heavier fabric for your headboard. Darker fabrics work very well in a larger master bedroom that already is quite dramatic or romantic. Deep blues, magentas and greens can be very effective for getting this effect.
Tufted headboards were quite popular in the seventies and eighties, and as expected in the fashion world, found its way back in year 2000. Designers nowadays have taken a lot of interest in these headboards, creating their own distinctive look to their client’s desire using materials that they see fit which may have solids or patterns, may be made of velvet or silk. One of the challenges of maintaining a stylish bedroom is keeping everything the headboard tidy.