Published at Saturday, May 05th, 2018 - 00:30:07 AM. Headboard. By Emeline Suchet.
Through the ages, the top part of the bed has been developed to protect people from drafts while sleeping, and has also been used as a backrest and headrest, as a table for eating in bed (the board would be unlatched and placed over the lap) and as today, for preventing pillows falling behind the bed.
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.
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