Wifey and I LOVE this headboard.
The textured wood and the visual interest of the herringbone pattern. The cohesiveness of the whole headboard painted white but slightly distressed to call attention to the depth or the slightly variant wood shims. The color contrast of two of our favorites: heirloom white on the headboard and sea salt on the wall. The anti-insect nature of an entire backdrop of cedar.
And all of that elegance for only $119.75 or $81.20 if you have a few basic DIY items already. Interestingly enough, there aren’t that many readily available comparables on the market. Every headboard seems to be tufted / covered in fabric these days.
Restoration Hardware sells a herringbone platform bed & headboard for $2,695. Casual. If they sold the headboard separately, I’d estimate it being at least $1,000.