Definition of headboard
: a board forming the head (as of a bed)
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In all, 181 rooms in Bahia Mar’s main tower will be upgraded with a blue and white color scheme, new carpeting and headboards, peak wood dressers and desks, new appliances and custom light fixtures with USB outlets.
During one production day, camera operators filmed firefighters who slid down a brass pole while volunteers from Home Depot painted headboards and rooms.
A fiery gay-book-club conversation, then, can act as emotional fluffer, pitting its members against each other and priming them for ecstatic, headboard-rattling makeup sex.
The headboard and nightstands in the master suite are custom built-ins, as is a wet bar, sitting area, desk and walk-in closet.
In the rooms, fun, playful touches abound: air mattresses for additional guests, teepees, smartphones for guests’ personal use during their stay and shadow-puppet theaters behind the headboards.
The couple’s headboard, for example, was made in leather and cut precisely to fit the pitch in the roof just above them.
Ross Hailey firstname.lastname@example.org In the master bedroom is one of Jen’s rarest finds, a king-size headboard from the Perspecta line by Kent Coffey.
Even just adding a headboard to your bed can create a focal point in the room, distracting from harsh cinderblocks.
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First Known Use of headboard
HEADBOARD Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of headboard for English Language Learners
: an upright board at the end of a bed where you rest your head
HEADBOARD Defined for Kids
Definition of headboard for Students
: a vertical board at the head of a bed
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