Headboard can bring art into the bedroom

collection by NOYO for bedroom(5)

If you intend to give your bedroom a touch of particular identity, the headboard is  an important element that can decisively contribute  to this and that it should be taken into account. With a reduced expense and and without much effort, your bedroom can become more personal, more elegant and more interesting. The way of framing the bed, can give a dominant touch to your room, no matter whether you adopt a modern, retro, minimalist or romantic style. I have chosen to emphasize the overall impact that the headboard has on your bedroom, the creations of Noyo company.

The models made by Noyo behave very well in bright and modern bedrooms, whose stylistic concept is voided of rigidity allowing a great variety of personalization. Although the initial design of the headboard is part of the stylistic concept of the bedroom, there is no rule which imposes that it cannot  be changed as you desire. A beautiful headboard will also make the bedroom more attractive and beautiful. This thing is due to the fact that usually the headboard is the first that draws your attention when you enter in a bedroom. Noyo made a series of  headboards collections that aims to bring art into the bedroom. You can choose sobriety or color for epoch representations or modern artistic works. On the headboards made by Noyo, you can find airplanes, cars, trains or flowers and lyrics. The contiguous photos show how much can a specific headboard change a bedroom.

collection by NOYO for bedroom

Headboard can bring art into the bedroom, by NOYO (11)

collection by NOYO for bedroom

collection by NOYO for bedroom

Headboard can bring art into the bedroom, by NOYO (10)

collections, by NOYO for bedroom

Headboard can bring art into the bedroom, by NOYO (6)

Headboard can bring art into the bedroom, by NOYO (12)

Headboards can bring art into the bedroom, by NOYO (3)

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