‘We had just moved into our house and I had some plans for the decorating, one was to have a beautiful sanctuary of a bedroom for myself and my husband. I found the perfect bedhead at BedNest and cheekily asked Nicky Line, the founder of BedNest, if she would be interested in a review and I was very happy when she said yes!’
BedNest specialise in making upholstered bedheads; they have 7 bedhead designs to choose from and in addition to the bedhead range, they have an occasional chair and an upholstered storage box which would complement a matching bedhead in the bedroom beautifully. (For clarification, an upholstered bedhead is a headboard which has been covered in upholstery foam and wadding and upholstery fabric.) All BedNest upholstered bedheads feature your selected fabric on the front, top and sides and natural calico on the reverse.
The BedNest website is just gorgeous and very used friendly. There are heaps of photos in the gallery which will give you ideas on designs, colours and style. If you’re like me and want to be sure of what you are purchasing, you can order a swatch of the fabric you are interested in before making any decision. Once you have decided, you can make your order online through three easy steps; really it couldn’t be any easier! In approximately six weeks you will have your stunning new bedhead.
‘I ordered a tall Paddo design with piping around the edges. It is exactly what I had pictured; a simple, sleek design in a stone colour fabric which is soft yet durable. The bedhead was couriered without any problems, in fact it came a little early. (That usually doesn’t happen when you are waiting for something to be delivered!) I thought the delivery cost were very fair, (Sydney to North Brisbane for me), and it was definitely handled with care by the delivery guys. Packaged tightly, I couldn’t wait to undress it and reveal my new bedhead.
I love the fact the BedNest bedhead is full length. By that I mean that the bedhead goes right to the floor, it does not have metal brackets that have to be attached to the bed, it has little ‘feet’ which stand only about a centimetre or two off the ground. I think the full length design is a great feature because if you change your mattress you don’t have to worry about the height difference, plus this design makes the bedhead stand sturdy at the head of the bed. The quality of the BedNest bedhead is outstanding, the piping is attached perfectly, the fabric on the front of the bedhead is taut and attached to the back very tightly with plenty of staples. The calico on the back covers all the work; I have not seen one loose stitch or a half stamped in staple. The care that has gone into making this bedhead is incredible and it has resulted in a faultless bedhead.
Slip the bedhead behind the head of your bed and done; your new bedhead is installed. 🙂
This tall Paddo design bedhead has completely refreshed and revitalised our room and once my new side tables arrive it will be complete.’
Although there is an extensive range of bedhead designs, BedNest do offer custom designing with the ability for you to upload and email scanned sketches, images or cut-offs of designs you like. This makes the process of communicating your bedhead concept to BedNest much easier than trying to verbally explain your design.
I couldn’t be happier with my new bedhead from BedNest; my husband is also very impress by it! So, if you’re looking to redecorate any bedroom in the house, think of a bedhead as a statement piece, from a single bed to a king, BedNest can help!
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All BedNest products are manufactured in Sydney using locally sourced materials
and their fabric range is from Warwick fabrics one of the largest Australian owned fabric houses
who source globally. ~ We love that!