By Daniele Cormier. Headboard. Published at Thursday, January 11th, 2018 - 12:29:24 PM.
An example of style is the sleigh bed, where the board curves backwards in the semblance of a typical Father Christmas sleigh both at the top and at the end of the bed. The footboard is often ignored in such discussions, yet it too has a part to play in the overall design of a bed. Others styles come in form of paneled wooden boards, wrought iron and a combination of the two.
Headboards are most commonly designed with struts to fit the back of standard divan beds. But in some cases a wall mounted headboard, or a wallboard, is a more appropriate option. Wallboards feature many advantages including the decorative potential and the compatibility with any bed. Nevertheless they are not as functional as traditional headboards insofar as they don't secure your pillows and bed linens from falling off the bed.
Next, measure the size of the room. Take a moment to step back and evaluate what size, color, and style of headboard would be most appropriate for your bedroom. If you are not sure what color headboard you would like, consider the following:
Bed headboard design has become even more important than the bed. Choosing a headboard now takes up more time than choosing the bed - apart from the mattress of course. People are no longer interested in the bed itself - the framework upon which the mattress sits and to the headboard is bolted. Probably because that is a part of the bed that is rarely seen!
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