The shortest and simplest answer to that question is, YES!
Yes, adjustable beds can have headboards and in most cases will fit inside your current bed frame, although some small alterations may be required. Many people prefer having an adjustable bed with a headboard, while others prefer to keep their bed frame. Because the range of Sophie Adjustable Beds have been designed to fit seamlessly into most decors, you may opt to have no headboard or bed frame at all.
An adjustable bed moves up and down from the end where the headboard is, however, this in no way restricts the movement or compromises its use. All you need is an adjustable bed base that allows you to attach a headboard. The range of Sophie Adjustable Beds have included headboard adaptors, making attaching a headboard a very simple and easy process.
Fitting our Adjustable Beds into an existing bed frame can be a little more involved. A lot of bed frames have support bars that encroach on the area occupied by the electric adjustable base. These support bars are typically designed to support a mattress, which is the most common use for bed frames. By simply removing these support bars or any slats, the adjustable bed can simply fit directly into the bed frame. As the bed frame doesn’t support any weight, removing these support bars has little to no effect on the structural integrity of the bed frame. If your bed frame is a high value or family heirloom, it is recommended you engage a suitably qualified tradesperson to make any adjustments.