Headboard anatomy

Andrew Hague asked 3rd August 2017

Hi – Your site is commendable in that you show exactly how your mattresses are constructed. This is obviously great because one has no chance to see one of your beds before ordering. I think that it would be great if you could do something similar for the headboards, because there’s no chance to zoom in on your pictures. One of your headboards looks heavily indented, like a chunky bar of chocolate, however Guy told us that this is just the effect of the embroidery. So – a bit more info on a headboard that I’m paying 200 quid for (after all you can get a half decent mattress for that – not from you I realise) would be nice. i.e. What makes it worth the money?

1 answer

Lee Lelant Staff 3rd August 2017

Hi Andrew, 
 
Thank you for your question.
 
In regards to the headboards ours are constructed from a full board rather than a half construct. 
 
The comparison designs in the Vi-Spring range are a lot more expensive and roughly come in at £1000.00 upwards. 
 
A headboard is used predominantly to prevent the mattress slipping behind the bed or to prevent any scratches or scuffs to the walls. 
 
You absolutely do not need to buy one of our own headboards as the bases come with standard fixings meaning that any other headboard can be used with it. 
 
Please follow the link here for some bigger photos of the headboard designs that can be expanded for a closer look. 
 
I trust that this has answered your questions fully but if you do have any further queries then please don’t hesitate to contact us on 0161 945 3757.
 
Kind Regards, Lee.