Published at Tuesday, May 01st, 2018 - 12:12:31 PM. Headboard. By Daniele Cormier.
One factor to consider is the size of the headboard. They are available in all sizes from super king, king, queen, twin and full. Headboards may come in a variety of shapes and sizes. If you don't fancy a unique piece, you can actually choose from the upholstered variety available in the market and you may even opt for leather padded headboards but this will all depend on the total look of your bedroom. Colour combination and patterns needs to be thought out. It is believed that solid colours on your duvet and the rest of the room will go well with tufts. Circular patterns also go well with them and that stripes do not go very well with them. You need to select complimenting colours as well as the pattern to blend with your tufts.
A headboard is defined as a piece of furniture that is attached to the head of a bed. Traditionally a headboard was used to isolate the sleeper from drafts and cold walls. The headboard would leave space between the bed and the wall and allow the cold air to sink to the floor. If the bed was pushed against the wall then the cold air would settle on the bed making the sleeper uncomfortable. Headboards were made out of wood because wood becomes less cold than bricks or stones. Humanity has made tremendous progress over the years and the improvements in architecture have made the traditional function of a headboard redundant. Still headboard beds are very popular and in this article we will find out more about modern headboards and what the advantages of a headboard bed are.
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