Scooped, Inset, and Beveled Headboard Shapes
When you take a rectangle or basic arch/camelback shape and start cutting corners (in a good way), you get a headboard with a beveled corner — either a flat bevel, a scooped bevel, or an inset square bevel.
A concave chunk out of each corner gives you what we call the scooped headboard style:
Or you can take a square section off of the corners for an inset style:
And now we start getting to the really fun stuff… keep reading for more headboard shapes!
IN THIS POST | Guide to Headboard Shapes
page 1: introduction to sizes and styles
page 2: basic flat (rectangle) headboards
page 3: circle, arched, and camelback headboards
page 4: scooped, inset, and beveled headboards
page 5: keystone, stepped, ogee, and peaked headboards
page 6: combination ornate headboards