Who it’s for: People who want options when it comes to material, color, and even tufting style.
Who it isn’t for: People who want a splashy headboard.
It’s not often you get to pick the tufting style when you buy a headboard, but that’s exactly the chance you have here with West Elm’s Emmett Headboard. It’s available in five different tufting styles—vertical, horizontal, grid, border, and diamond—as well as a non-tufted version that’s just regular upholstery. What’s more, nearly every other aspect of the headboard is customizable, too. For instance, there are tons of different fabrics, from mauve velvet to frost gray chenille tweed. You can also choose between two heights for the headboard, either standard (46 inches) or tall (58 inches).
Unlike most headboards, this one doesn’t have two long legs. Instead, it extends nearly all the way to the ground, with just two small feet supporting the structure. It still, however, mounts to bed frames. Rather than unwieldy brackets, it has straightforward mounting holes, which are set at five fixed heights: 13.25 inches, 10.75 inches, 8.25 inches, 6.75 inches, and 5.75 inches. While those heights should cover most bed frames, you should still double-check to make sure you’ll be able to attach this headboard to the frame you own.
- Material: Polyester, velvet, linen, chenille, twill, boucle
- Assembly Required: Yes
- Adjustable: Yes
- Sizes: Twin, full, queen, king, California king
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