The most common material used in making headboards is wood. Over the past years, manufacturers and designers of beds have improved and refined the production of headboards. There is currently a wide range of contemporary brass headboards being produced. Designs of headboards were continuously improved in order to cater to the modern look people are looking for. There were also modifications in the colors of wood. Due to these improvements, there is now a good variety of designs and materials you can choose from. Selecting the best design and color that can match your bedroom is something you should do when buying a headboard.
Double size headboards are used for double beds. They are attached at the head point or on top of the double bed. The main function of this headboard is to stop linen and pillows from slipping down the bed not to mention them stopping you banging your head of the wall! They even add to the beauty of your room. This kind of headboard can be the main view of your room and they make the room look more beautiful and attractive. These headboards are developed in huge quantities and are manufactured in metal, faux leather, leather as well as wood and fabrics. Wood headboards are produced to match the wooden bed frame and metal for the metal bed frames. They come in a huge variety of unique designs and shapes.
Colour and texture are vital components of interior design. Headboards are available in the widest imaginable range of fabric colours, textures and styles. Leather is also an obvious choice of material for headboards due to its natural properties of durability, its very attractive appearance and its wonderful aroma. Aside from wood and leather, headboards have also traditionally been made from metal for hundreds of years. The image of a traditional brass bed with a patchwork quilt or eiderdown is familiar and intrinsically comforting and reassuring to us all. Metal headboards available today range from finely crafted, often intricate traditional designs, to modern, geometric styles with clean lines. Metal headboards are made in a variety of materials, and finishes include brass, iron, cast iron, chrome, alloy, brushed steel and nickel.
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