The 10 Best Bed Headboards
This wiki has been updated 4 times since it was first published in January of 2020. A headboard sets the tone for the rest of the bedroom. It can make a room appear more spacious, enhance visual appeal, and provide a pleasant resting spot for your back. Some models even offer space for storage. Not only do these designs crown your bed with style, but s sturdy construction means they'll provide years of use. Also, they are easy to put together and maintain. When users buy our independently chosen editorial picks, we may earn commissions to help fund the Wiki. If you'd like to contribute your own research to the Wiki, please get started by reviewing this introductory video.
February 06, 2020:
Generally, headboards are broken down into three categories: free-standing, wall-mounted, and frame-mounted. Within each group, you will find a variety of materials, designs, and sizes. This list will help you narrow your options.
Wall-mounted designs like the Barn Walls Rustic Mix and the Vant Wall Mounted Panels have a flat back to attach securely to a wall with flush-mount brackets. Once in place, you simply push the bed up against the wall to create a cohesive look. In many cases, you can connect additional boards to make the design as tall or wide as you want.
If you prefer to fasten your bed frame directly to a headboard, you'll need a frame-mounted design like the Sauder Orchard Hills Bookcase headboard.
Free-standing models like the Modway Lily and the Zinus Jessica Modern Studio give you the flexibility of securing the headboard to a wall or letting it stand on its own. However, the Zinus Jessica Modern Studio leaves a gap if used with a mattress lower than 8 inches.
Joss and Main Minster Joss and Main's Minster is manufactured in the USA from engineered wood. Recessed panels and wood grain detailing provide a rustic look, and cross planks complete the design. It is available in brown, gray, and white and comes with the necessary fittings for easy installation. jossandmain.com