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Single 3ft Wooden Headboards

Single 3ft wooden bed headboards

More often than not, single beds are for children's rooms and are great for toddlers to teenagers

What is a single bed and wooden headboard and is it right for you?

The headboards on this page are for a single 3 foot divan base.

Wondering what size a single is? Well the best way is to measure the distance between the fixing bolts at the head end of the base, these are called the headboard mountings. On a single 3 foot divan base they should be about 61cm or (24") apart

Now that you know that it's a single headboard you require, on this page they are all made of wood,

Types of wood include Pine, Oak, Beech, Mahogany, Rattan and last but not least it is the most popular White single headboards

We have a beautiful range of wooden headboards here at our online store. Available in all bed sizes and in a great range of woods from pine to oak, whether you're looking for traditional or modern, our wooden headboard selection will have the perfect one for you at the lowest price

Not seen the headboard you like!!!

Do not despair we don't just have wooden single headboards.

Try taking a look at some other headboards in different materials you will be surprised Modern Metal | Classic Metal | Real and Faux Leather| Fabric and Uphostered or even a single wooden bed frame

Zip and Link Bed Headboards Explained

Normally used in the hotel and b&Bs to enable easy accommodation for guest numbers.

A zip and link bed refers to two individual bed bases that can be locked together using a steel bar to form one larger base to the other.

Then the individual base is paired with two individual mattresses that can zip together to form one larger, comfortable bed. This creates two seamless sleeping solutions that are flexible and can be adapted to whoever is using them.

The problem arises with the headboard yes you can put a 6ft super king headboard on when the beds are zipped together but what about when they are apart to use as two singles? You need two single headboards.

The simplest way around this is to have 2 single headboards on the beds, then when pushed together to make the super king will look like one headboard.

For this, you need a headboard that is 90cm / 3ft wide exactly.If you are looking for wood you are limited to the Flute oak, the Belmont range Oak, White, Rustic oak, and grey or any flat paneled headboard that has no side rails. these are all 90cm wide and if tied together with a brace at the back to stop them splaying/moving are a good substitute for a 6ft headboard.

Most upholstered headboards are made 90cm/3ft wide so the same idea as above suits them as well.

If you are looking for metal unfortunately due to the construction of these headboards they are always made bigger than the bed size, so will not be able to push together. Still not sure give us a call at 01722744616

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