Gaetane. Headboard. November 01st , 2017.
Beds come in various sizes, shapes and patterns.bed is one of these home accessories that you will find in every house. The name bed itself gives you a sense of peace and comfort. With the bed furniture there comes a mattress which is also a part of the bed contributing to the ease and comfort it provides. Beds come with headboards of different sizes, shapes and patterns. There are headboards, king size headboards, queen size headboards and twin size headboards. Headboards, especially full size, look attractive and charming when placed in a medium size room. These headboard come in various designs and styles. The Victorian style looks the best when placed in a bedroom well furnished. The darker shade of the Victorian style adds sophistication to your bedroom. There are also leather headboards that look amazing in beds having headboards. These leather hardboards are comfortable as they are not very hard. They do not irritate you when you encounter it while moving during sleep.
Maybe Ive gotten you sad and melancholic - and wishing for a larger bedroom, and maybe a comfier mattress! Well dont despair. Did you know that many accomplished Interior Designers outfit a bedroom with just a bed headboard on its own (king headboard, queen headboard or even a single), especially if the room is small. Headboards also serve to make the room optically bigger - and by leaving off the footboard, allow you to use of the foot of the bed, for example, as a seat. My tip if youre stuck for space: when purchasing a king headboard, be sure to order as "headboard only" (without the accompanying footboard or rails).
Pharaohs in ancient Egypt had headboards made of ebony, sliver and gold. The English preferred headboards fashioned out of wood, sometimes with intricate carvings. However, it was the Greeks who created whacky and unique headboards! These headboards could of course be used for warmth while sleeping, or as support in a semi reclined position as well as a table on which they could eat their food! Here, the headboard took on the role of three pieces of furniture in one! It was during medieval times that people started realizing the dual function of headboards not only as a bed warmer but also as a valuable accessory to enhance the look of the room and prominently display the status and wealth of the owner. Thus wooden headboards with intricate carvings were high in demand for those who could afford them. Upholstered headboards also became stylish during this time for their comfort as well as the intensely luxurious feel they lent to the bedroom. Some wooden headboards form the medieval times were so strong that they can be found in an excellent condition, even today.
Its worth noting that all headboards will attach to any standard side rail frame, or failing that, you can purchase a headboard-only side rail bed frame that will allow easy attachment. So, as you notice the nights drawing in, and your thoughts are beginning to cuddle up on the hearth-side rug, long before that scent of fine wood smoke mingled with a hint of cinnamon and cloves has reached your nostrils, you might just want to remember my words: autumnal snuggles are available all year round, but rightfully reserved for those who own king headboards.
The headboard is a very useful piece of furniture that attaches easily to the head of the bed. Headboards retain the pillows and very often provide a comfortable and secure backing to the bed upon which to lean and relax. Furthermore, they also provide a decorative theme and focus for the bed and the room as a whole. Headboards may also be used to provide a wide variety of other functions. These include storage provision, the attachment of various sexual conveniences, or incorporation into the medical care functions required for the bed of a patient. A headboard is a classic piece of furniture, whose enduring popularity is ensured due to its useful function, durability and aesthetic value. Headboards have been made from wood for hundreds of years, and wooden headboards remain very popular. Wood remains the most common material for making all furniture due to its natural properties which make it ideal for various kinds of treatment and techniques. Developments in craftsmanship and mechanical techniques during the past 200 years or so have made headboard production both more commercially viable and quicker. The range of contemporary wooden headboards is enormous, and aesthetic design may be altered by the type and colour or shade of the wood, as well as the shape of the headboard itself.
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