Too Many Pillows and Other Common Bedroom Mistakes, According to Interior Designers by Nina Molina

From ill-proportioned headboards to badly tucked corners, the bedroom-decorating errors design pros see most often—and how to fix them

VIVID DREAMS A kaleidoscopic quilt and offset-striped pillowcases brighten a Chenequa, Wisc., bedroom by Jessica Jubelirer. PHOTO: DOUGLAS FRIEDMAN, STYLING BY MIEKE TEN HAVE

YOUR EIGHT SOLID HOURS of sleep each night relies in part on a well-made bed, which can be a surprisingly involved affair. Shams, covers, headboards and nightstands ideally harmonize with mattress, wall colors and layout. Here, designers name the most common muddles, and advise how to do up a soothing cradle. 

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