Wingback headboard – Among many headboard styles variations are kind that wrap around head of bed looks like a wing chair. This type of headboard is called a wing back or wing headboard. It features many of same design characteristics that have made wing chair a prized piece of furniture. Winger headboard lends wing chair silhouette, making it appear larger and more imposing in bedroom.
Full-back headboard echoes look of a wing chair with a high back and curved sides, or wings, which comes out at 90 degrees or more to headboard back. Wing-back headboards are upholstered and often tufted, which means that fabric-covered buttons make depressions in fabric and create a design. Modern wingback headboard versions may not function tufting. Winger back headboards may have exposed wood trim or decorative nail heads on wings as well.
Although you may not need a wingback headboard to keep drafts away, a solid, padded headboard offers several advantages. Sturdy design and high back makes sitting up in bed comfortable when watching television, working on a laptop or read a book. Headboard padding makes it comfortable to sit against. Because of their size and visual density winger headboards works best in large bedrooms, where they quickly become a focal point.