Headboards are upholstery that is attached at the head of a bed. Typically, headboards were used to separate sleepers from drafts and cold in less insulated buildings. They were made from wood as wood is a good insulator. In addition, they were constructed in a way that will separate them bed from the wall, which will allow cooler air to descend to the floor and not onto the bed. In later stages, curtains and canopies around the headboard were placed which resulted in additional insulation. Nowadays, headboards are rarely for the purpose of insulating beds from drafts and cold walls.

Today, with the advent of modern heating and insulation systems for residential and commercial buildings, headboards are being used as decorative elements. Headboards are used for aesthetic reasons as well keeping pillows from falling off the bed. Moreover, headboards are also used for storing spaces for books and personal items. A nice, well-designed headboard can become an attractive focal point of any bedroom.

At Thousand Oaks Upholstery, we deliver custom headboards for our valued clients. Turn your bedroom into the ultimate sanctuary you always wanted with our custom headboards. Our beautiful custom headboards feature the finest materials, exceptional craftsmanship, warmth, style, and elegance.

At Thousand Oaks Upholstery, we have over 30 years of experience in delivering the highest quality custom headboards and experience working directly with customers. We are known for providing tailored, professional customer service and hands-on design expertise to all of our customers. We have an extensive collection of great custom headboards at our Thousand Oaks Upholstery showrooms that will look wonderful in any bedroom.

Thousand Oaks Upholstery of Thousand Oaks provides custom headboard designs in the following service areas including; Thousand Oaks, Bell Canyon, Calabasas, Calabasas Hills, Camarillo, Chatsworth, Encino, Hidden Hills, Hidden Valley, Lake Sherwood, Malibu, Malibu Lake, Moorpark, Newbury Park, Oak Park, Ojai, Oxnard, Pacific Palisades, Porter Ranch, Santa Rosa Valley, Thousand Oaks, Thousand Oaks, Topanga, Valley Village, West Hills, Thousand Oaks, Woodland Hills and Wood Ranch.