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headboard

[′hed‚bȯrd]
(mining engineering)
A wooden wedge placed against the hanging wall, and against which one end of the stull is jammed.
A board in the roof of a heading, contacting the earth above and supported by a headtree on each side.
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Another mass retailer who does a sizable futon business said other areas within metal beds such as footboards and headboards are a natural add on.
Fillmore Headboard & Bed: This classic style has an elegant simplicity that works in every space, in every fabric.
Upholstered headboards create a boutique hotel sense of chic 2.
We carry some headboard and footboard combinations, a couple of styles of futon frames and one style of twin-over-full bunk bed," said Rick Lamb, vice president of merchandising.
2 /PRNewswire/ -- Admirers of the button-tufted velvet headboard featured in the bedroom of characters Don and Betty Draper on the award-winning drama "Mad Men" can now claim similar style for themselves with the new "Draper" upholstered headboard and platform bed (http://www.
In juvenile products, a yellow headboard in twin-size with detailing of two padded footballs also is presented.
All the products customers choose, whether it's bedding, pillows, drapes, curtains, shower curtains, upholstered headboards, or other items are custom made in the fabrics of the customer's choosing.
leatherline's cushions, cubes, pillows and hanging headboards are bench- stitched, with French seams or rough edges.
Beginning in February 1991 and before the toddler's death, Cosco had received the 25 complaints from parents who had found their children trapped in the headboards or footboards of the beds.
Country pine or old world cherrywood headboards are not expensive if you get a headboard template from the health care bed maker, and negotiate for a quantity of headboards from a local wood crafter or furniture maker.
costs was the amount of lacquer (the most expensive material input in the process) required to seal the headboards.
One little word of caution, always ensure that you Q: I keep seeing lovely headboards in all of the interior magazines I read, but struggle to find anything in the stores to emulate the look.