The main types of the headboard are dependent on the material used to make them. Here are the most common materials that you can find in any South Florida Badcock & More locations in Fort Lauderdale, West Palm Beach, Delray Beach, Pompano Beach, Plantation, Hollywood, Lake Worth, Lake Park, Cutler Bay, Miami Gardens, & Florida City. Wood: This is a classic headboard material and is used in a lot of bedrooms. If your bed frame is wooden, it's likely to come with a wooden headboard to match. These can vary in style, from traditional to cutting-edge modern. Wood's also very popular as it can match up with the rest of the furniture in the room.
Metal: These headboards are most commonly made with iron, and lend a Victorian air to the room. They can be made in a variety of styles, to be as modest or grandiose as you desire. They do take a little care though, as you'll need to clean them regularly to stop them rusting over the years. You can paint metal headboards, but this can mean extra maintenance to avoid chipping through use.
Upholstered: Upholstered headboards are becoming super popular in recent years, as they give you a serious touch of elegance in your bedroom. Oversized upholstered headboards will look amazing, especially if you pick a material that makes them a one of a kind piece. They're also practical, as they're very comfortable to lean against if you like to sit up in bed.
Natural Fibers: These are fibers like wicker and rattan, which are coming more common in bedding designs. They're best for country-style bedrooms and can look very warm and inviting. You'll sometimes find this style mixed with wood, as the fibers are woven through wooden slats.
Leather: Leather is a seriously luxurious look, so if you want a statement headboard, this is the material to use. You can pick from several different styles, the most common being cowhide. The more exotic the animal, the more expensive your headboard will be.
Ok, you know what material you want your headboard to be made out of, now you need to think about how you're going to mount that headboard. You have the following options:
Bed Frame Mounted: A lot of queen bed headboards will actually come attached to your bed frame. When you get the bed home, you'll need to attach it to the bed itself. These are a great option for renters, as you're not marking the walls by mounting your headboard, and you can easily take it with you when you leave.
Wall Mounted: You've got lots of options when it comes to a wall mounted headboard. As long as you have a flat wall to drill into, you can do almost anything you like. You can try off centered or oversized designs, to give your bedroom a unique look.
Take a look at the headboards available in Badcock & More locations in Fort Lauderdale, West Palm Beach, Delray Beach, Pompano Beach, Plantation, Hollywood, Lake Worth, Lake Park, Cutler Bay, Miami Gardens, & Florida City to get an idea of what you could do. Freestanding: These headboards are also excellent for those who don't want to mount the headboard to the wall or create any holes. They often are able to stand on their own, so all you need to do is place your bed in front of them. Some headboards even come with storage, making these a good option if your bedroom is small and lacks storage space.
There are multitudes of different headboards on offer, and the right one for you is up to you and your needs. Do you want something large and opulent, or small and cozy? It really depends on your tastes.
Come to check out the headboards for sale in Fort Lauderdale, West Palm Beach, Delray Beach, Pompano Beach, Plantation, Hollywood, Lake Worth, Lake Park, Cutler Bay, Miami Gardens, & Florida City. You'll be sure to see something that catches your eye. Soon you'll have a bedroom that you'll love to head to at the end of the day, to get some well-needed beauty sleep.