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A Brief History of Headboards

Since the start of time, man has instinctively searched for a location to relax his head. Even when he was located in a cave, making a location that catered for this most straightforward of needs was obviously a chief priority. Primitive man probably didn't quibble above the colour and texture of his headboard, that may come much later, but he certainly understood the necessity of security and luxury.

The essential design and form of the headboard has changed remarkably little considering that the idea was initially conceived, so that it is instantly recognisable in spite of time or place. Nonetheless its purpose has not yet always been what exactly it is today.

Because of archaeological evidence, it is easy to trace the origins of your headboard back to ancient Egypt. Made out of gold, silver, and ebony, their main objective was to regulate the temperature from the bed, acting like a barrier against cold and draughts. Unlike today, it wasn't common practice to get a headboard, hence they were treated as a sign of social status. In general, the greater extravagant the headboard, the greater distinguished its owner.


The Greeks were many of the first customers to actually put thought into how their headboards were designed, creating objects of aesthetic and visual pleasure. Additionally, they served several functions and as well as offering warmth and back support, it was actually also normal practice to show them in their side and use them as a table. That has to have formulated plenty of debris within the bed.

By the medieval period, the reason and model of headboards had changed once again. While will no longer used as dining tables, they still served as a symbol of status, however they had been also more easily accessible. Being a bedroom accessory, they truly came within their own, being employed being a point of focus as well as to boost the overall look and feel of the room. Many of the headboards from this period still survive today, that is testimony on their quality.The 4 poster bed was particularly popular one of the nobility and were usually along with a large, ornately carved headboard. Those not wealthy enough to cover a headboard would build their own personal, usually from straw.

During the era of colonial expansion, king headboard became a very lucrative business, and were transported worldwide. While the majority of the materials for creating bedroom accessories might be sourced locally, a headboard made from exotic and luxury items would garner more social respect.

Today, with the number and selection of headboards available, it would not be amiss to state this classic item of furnishings are undergoing something of the renaissance. There are actually thousands of styles to pick from, ranging in colour, materials, textures and shape, all of these might be selected from the customer to make a bespoke design tailored to their preferences and requirements.
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