Ainsley Linen Tufted Headboard

I like beds with headboards because they provide the necessary insulation to protect your head against the coldness of the wall. But normally these headboards are made of wood and covered with leather or faux leather. However, there are some other old-fashioned designers and manufacturers who prefer using some warmer materials like linen. This is Ainsley Linen Tufted Headboard and it looks great. It is elegant and hand tufted, covered in linen and having a wooden frame made of solid pine. The corners of this headboard are all rounded in order to avoid accidents , but the rectangular shape is still preserved.

The headboard is tafted with poly and has a nice diamond-like patterns, which makes it elegant and stylish for any bedroom. Any way, the headboard has metal legs which are very resistant , so the wooden frame is carefully attached to them. This is made because the headboard does not come with a bed, but it can be attached to any bed, and now most bed frames are made of metal. This headboard is available in different sizes, so as to fit the bed size perfectly: twin, double, queen, king and California king. It is also available in three colours: Pewter, wheat or white. The price will vary between $498.00 – $698.00.



Published by in Bedding, on August 22nd, 2012

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