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Although not a hard and fast rule, common design practices dictate that the bed most often is placed against a wall. This not only hides the unsightly back of the headboard, but also provides a bit of physical stability for this important piece of furniture.

For shared living spaces, the wall can serve to block out the rest of the room, hiding the bed as well as a desk to create an entirely private area.

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