Iron headboards are a popular kind of metal headboard. Many manufacturers decide to go with a lighter metal, like aluminum when building headboards, but the style is basically of thin and intricate iron curves or scrolls. Iron has a tenancy to rust, but iron headboards shouldn’t rust because they should be coated or painted, finished in some way that inhibits the oxidation of the iron.
If you are looking for an iron headboard, something that will last a few hundred years, and that you can pass down to your grandchildren, check the product description, and if it still doesn’t say iron, or wrought iron, make sure to call our sales department who will gladly look into it for you.
Otherwise, the headboards on this page are designed to look like iron, feel like iron, or they might have an iron finish.
Iron Headboards are usually described as “striking”, meaning that they stand out and really make an impact. They seem unique and hand crafted, and compliment a variety of bedroom themes, including the cosiness of exposed wood or brickwork. Iron doesn’t necessarily need to be black, it can be painted or given any number of antique finishes that will make your piece.