How To Mount A Headboard To A Bed Frame
Formal wooden beds will need longer bolts while metal beds will require shorter bolts.
How to mount a headboard to a bed frame. The headboard can be a functional part of a bed serving as the head of the bed frame that supports the box spring and mattress or it can be a decorative element in which case it may be mounted to the wall as an independent piece that isn t attached to the frame at all. You can attach one to a bed frame or mount it directly to the wall. With a headboard you also have many options. Choose long enough bolts to expand through both the bed frame and the headboard additionally accommodate an ideal size nut on the end.
Some frames include headboards but if you are buying your headboard separately check the width to ensure the mounting holes on both sides align to your frame for a secure fit. Most standard size headboards such as twin full queen or king sizes can be mounted to bed frames. Attached to the bed frame. In a large bedroom a headboard can be used to emphasize and fill the space.
Installing a headboard on a metal bed frame adds a decorative and functional touch to the bedroom giving you an attractive place to hang a night mask dream catcher or other objects you need for your sleep.
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