The Genius Bed-Headboard Combo From Reese Witherspoon's Fave Furniture Brand

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Photo credit: The Inside by Havenly
Photo credit: The Inside by Havenly


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Designing a home is kind of like picking out an outfit. For some, it comes naturally, and for others, it’s a downright struggle. If you fall into the latter group, you’re not alone, so allow us to introduce you to Havenly, the world’s biggest interior design brand (also known as Reese Witherspoon’s go-to furniture company). Not only does Havenly connect you with one of its thousands of interior designers to give your space either a little refresh (or a full makeover), but it also sells an impressive collection of furniture, including The Inside’s bespoke pieces.

And as of today, The Inside by Havenly has four new beds and headboard styles available. If you’re wondering if four options may not be enough, think again. Each style is available in any of the brand’s hundreds of fabrics. That’s the beauty of The Inside, everything is customizable. Not to mention, the prices are hardly unreasonable. We’re talking beds starting at $1,099.

All of the styles and accompanying fabrics are the brainchild of Havenly’s interior design team, who landed on these four looks based on what’s trending among clients. Our favorite of the four? The Arched Back Bed, a sumptuous shape that's about to steal the spotlight in any bedroom. As for the fabric, we’re tied between Desert Cheetah by Scalamandré, a vintage-inspired pattern against a saturated cream, and Limoges Bois De Chene by Old World Weavers, a punchy nod to the French countryside. Of course, the fabric choice is completely up to you!

Photo credit: The Inside by Havenly
Photo credit: The Inside by Havenly

A close second to the curved headboard is the Slipcovered bed, a modern take on a classic design. If you don’t consider your style adventurous but are willing to switch up the look of your bedroom, the slipcovered bed is a safe bet because it’s interesting but not so interesting that it'll compete with other elements in your bedroom.

The other two styles, the Channel Tufted and the Modern Wingback similar, with a few subtle differences. First—and perhaps most obvious—the wingback bed is slightly taller and is flanked by short wings. For the traditionalist, opt for the wingback, and for those with a flair for femininity, you’ll love the tufted bed because it features a hint of Art Deco glamour.

No matter which bed-and-headboard combo you choose, you’re guaranteed to love every inch—especially because you decided on every detail yourself, from the shape to the fabric to the color.

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