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Sleepyhead launch range of designer headboards

December 2016

Sleepyhead launch range of designer headboards

Following the success of Sleepyhead’s luxury Sanctuary range, the New Zealand company has launched a range of designer headboards to transform any bedroom into a stylish haven.

The Sleepyhead Designer Headboard creates a sophisticated look with its classic tufted design. Available in four modern colours, “pearl, silver, black and charcoal” and specially upholstered onto a solid wood frame with plush foam padding, it completes the look of any bed.

Sleepyhead’s Marketing Manager Warren Roach says: “At Sleepyhead we’ve spent 81 years perfecting the best night’s sleep and know how important it is, not just for your bed to be a sanctuary, but also the whole bedroom environment. The headboard puts a finishing touch to the bedroom, and makes it so much more comfortable when you’re reading, watching TV or having a cup of tea in bed.”

“You’ll love the comfort, cosiness and added luxury that one of our headboards can give your bedroom. Expertly crafted using premium materials, you’re guaranteed a 5 star experience.”

Features of the Sleepyhead Designer Headboards:

- Premium fabric can be matched to your Sleepyhead bed base fabric. You can also add drawers to your base for extra storage.

- Boxed edge frame

- Tufted design

- 5 year warranty

- Height = 1500mm. Queen 1630mm (width), King 1770mm (width) and Super King 1930mm (Width).

The new Sleepyhead designer headboards are available in Queen, King and Super King (RRP from $1,399), at Smiths City, Farmers, Beds R Us and The Bed People.


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