If your bedroom feels like it’s still missing that certain something, a headboard might be exactly what you’re looking for. Beyond adding physical support and prominence to your bed, the right headboard can also add some great texture to your room, and help reinforce the overall design aesthetic of your space.
DHP’s well-constructed headboards are designed for king, queen, full, and twin beds — made to work and install simply with most standard frames. Remember: your frame and headboard don’t necessarily have to match identically, so long as they complement one another and fit in with the larger design system of your bedroom.
So, what kind of headboard material is best? It all depends on your personal preference and family situation. Upholstered and tufted fabric headboards naturally have a softer feel, which are great for sitting up in bed and evening reading sessions. The only downside is that they’re more difficult to keep clean — so you might be better off with a wooden or metal option for the kids room. At the same time, don’t be afraid of white headboards, since they’re usually treated with resistant finishes that make cleaning easy.