Published at Monday, 16 April 2018. Headboards. By Emmaline Roth.
In todays modern times when we live in better heated and better insulated buildings the function of a headboard has changed. Nowadays headboards are used to hold the Pillows or bed linens. The headboard can perform a variety of functions. It can be used for simple storage. You can use the headboard to hold pillows and bed linens or you can design it to contain a bookshelf and keep a few books or other items on it. The headboard also performs a number of comfort functions. When you are watching TV or reading a book you can sit up and lean against the headboard. Headboards can be very comfortable and may be accompanied by a spragging board at the foot of the bed. The spragging board can also be used for storage or to provide comfort for the feet.
As the range of headboard styles and materials is so wide the perfect headboard can almost certainly be found for any bedroom. However the option to create a unique and individual headboard is also available and bespoke headboards may be ordered and produced to exact personal requirements and specifications.
Brief history. 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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