Nora Gray Queen Headboard
Beautiful but drilled holes do not match bed frame
The headboard is beautiful and well made with the exception that the drilled holes do not match frame. It would be better if there were at least 2 sets of drilled holes to match up with bed frames. I have spent time trying to find 4" bed risers to make it match up which has not been easy. Fay
March 14, 2014
I loved this headboard, went great with my mid-century inspired room. Sturdy material, great quality, I'm very happy with it.
February 6, 2014
It's difficult to see how beautiful this headboard is on the website, but it is absolutely beautiful! The gray is a true gray, not a khaki gray, which has been difficult for me to find. Leave it to Kirklands! I 100% recommend this product for anyone looking for a true gray, beautifully put together headboard.
February 4, 2014
Wrong color on Website
This was a beautiful headboard if that is the color you want, But the website shows a silver gray. I was very disappointed when it came and my husband brought IT home and it is a very dark gray color. It is great that the store will take it back, but from the time I brought it in the door the worker complained to me about e orders which I assume is Internet orders and them being returned to the store. So anyway I come home after getting a refund and reordered the linen beige headboard and hoping that this one is the correct color.
February 3, 2014
The color and fabric are nice. The silver nailheads are very current looking. Some of the nailheads are crooked. The holes don't line up with our bed frame. We had to drill new holes. There is some puckering where the nailheads are and the padding on the top of the headboard is uneven. It is okay. Got it on sale so I think it is a good value for less than $250.00 which is what I paid. If I want to pay $1000-$1500 than these issues could be eliminated. I wanted to start with this first and see what I thought so for the money I spent I am pleased. It has a minimalist modern look with the gray and silver nailheads.
February 3, 2014