By Daniele Cormier. Headboard. Published at Thursday, May 03rd, 2018 - 10:17:55 AM.
If you have a rather large bedroom, fitting in any sort of headboard is bound to be a simple task. If you have a large room with a small bed, think about getting a headboard with a shelving unit, or a taller headboard to make the bed appear larger.
When looking for a headboard, it is imperative that you take accurate measurements. This is to ensure that the bed fits snuggly against the headboard; if it is not a good fit, then you will undoubtedly be disappointed with its appearance. First, diligently measure the width and the length of the bed frame. Once you have those measurements, then measure the height of the bed (including the mattress in the frame).
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.
Fist look at your bedroom as a whole. How big is the bed in comparison to the bedroom? Since most people choose the headboard along with the bed, the question will generally be how big the bed should be. That should be determined partially by the space available and partially by the height of who is to use it.
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