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a vertical board or panel forming the head of a bedstead

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I also prefer a divan for extra storage but the headboards are all so boring.
New small pin-lights for reading on each side of headboards
Other competitors are carrying metal headboards and footboards, so it's something we're look at.
The vast array of furniture pieces such as headboards, chairs, ottomans and benches can be paired with gorgeous fabrics, allowing customers to create a look that's all their own.
Consider upholstering headboards and beds to create a chic boutique hotel ambience.
Home Express does not promote the headboards and footboards.
The model number "012615C" appears on labels on the headboards of the affected cribs.
Since we already sell custom upholstered headboards and beds, we figured that we should offer our own rendition of the mid-century modern styling depicted in the show.
To its Calli collection, Tempo will add seven new headboards and footboards.
She also put headboards behind the bed with lighting to make the room feel more open.
Notably, focus group discussions showed that kids definitely know what they like, such as headboards with shelves to store everything from Beanie Babies to baseball gloves, or comforters with bright bold colors and patterns.
On the site, customers will find coordinating fabrics for custom shower curtains, window treatments, pillows, upholstered headboards and bedding, all professionally chosen from thousands of the latest designer fabrics.
furniture from "Melrose" apartments, headboards, coffee tables, desks, etc.
SAN FRANCISCO -- Eighteen "bitch" red cowhide footrests, a dozen curry orange hanging headboards and enough chestnut brown and ice blue lambskin bolsters to start a serious pillow fight arrived today at San Francisco International Airport's Terminal 1, Baggage Claim Turnstile #3.
CPSC and DOJ are alleging that Cosco, a juvenile products manufacturer, knew of at least 25 cases it did not report to the agency of children becoming trapped in the headboards or footboards of the company's toddler beds.