By Pascaline Brassard. Headboard. Published at Monday, March 05th, 2018 - 02:51:15 AM.
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.
An upholstered headboard will create a more romantic feel to your bedroom. Most of them will have attractive bold and striking designs and will be available in a large choice of colours. Not only an upholstered headboard will add some texture to your bedroom but it will also make your bed softer and more supportive for your back making reading in bed more comfortable.
Headboards for children come in any materials and types and mostly come with storage space. Manufacturers usually design them with original shapes and patterns such as football or floral designs to encourage kids to sleep in their own beds.
Headboards made from wood are a really popular choice because of their timeless and classic look. With a large diversity of wood species and finishes available, a natural wooden headboard will most of the time match any other existing bedroom furniture or give a splash of colour to your interior decor depending on whether you go for a more decorative wood headboard. Wood is a flexible material and offers a lot of choices: a wood headboard with sleek lines will give a contemporary look to your room while an ornate or carved headboard will be an ideal option to complete a rustic and traditional design.
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