The right headboard can help make a twin bed the centerpiece of the room. In some cases, a twin headboard can provide added functionality or even a sense of fun. Types of Twin Headboards
Many twin bed frames come with the headboards included. Whether you opt for a twin bedframe with headboard or a headboard alone, consider the following options: ● Bed Frame Headboards.
The most popular type of twin headboard is attached to the bed frame. This style fits most standard frames and can be adjusted to match the height of your bed and box spring.
● Wall Mounted. Wall mounted headboards
affix to the wall, giving them a floating look. These headboards take up no floor space and are the least expensive headboard option.
Most free-standing headboards rest between the wall and bed frame without needing to be attached. The most common kind is a twin headboard with storage, including shelves or cabinets. They stand alone at the head of the bed and are a great focal point for your room.
If you have a basic platform or metal frame, you can choose any type of headboard for your bed. Twin bed upholstered headboards are on trend, and they can easily be mounted to your frame or wall. Choose from an array of colors. Try a soft gray for a cushiony touch. Twin wood headboards
are a classic choice and go well with traditional decor.
For more storage and display space in your room, look for a twin bed with a bookcase headboard. Many are freestanding, but you can also find a twin bed headboard with shelves built into the frame and base of the bed. For a modern kids’ bedroom, consider a metal twin headboard, available in a variety of colors including white, black, brown or gray.