The InArch decorative wooden headboard piece is a multipurpose furniture design that doubles up as an focal point ornament and as a subtle ceiling lamp. The sleek wooden pillars creatively go up the wall and fan out in different directions across the ceiling to offer an unusual perspective.
The InArch was put together by architect Indre Sunklodiene that came up with this creative piece to put above a bed in a loft in Lithuania. The piece features a dozen or so wood beams that come up behind a bed in straight lines and then come out onto the ceiling varying in length. The pieces along the ceiling cleverly illuminate offering subtle lighting that is ideal for rooms that lack a central ceiling lamp.
Illuminating Wooden Headboards
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