Simple Canopy Queen Bed

Canopy queen bed – A canopy adds a dramatic element to a bedroom. Four-poster beds have posts that you can hang various curtains or swags from. You can have a canopy even if you do not have a four-poster bed by placing a homemade project. Customizing a canopy yourself gives you opportunity to use exact fabric and dimensions that works for your space

Canopy Queen Bed Decor

Canopy Queen Bed Decor

A round canopy queen bed a no-sew project. Buy a large embroidery hoop from a hobby shop and two curtain panels with rod pockets. Open clip and place curtains on it. Screw tightening yoke together. Tie ribbon on bail and suspended from ceiling with a pot rack hook. Each curtain drapes over side of bed, forming a tent. This project works well for daybeds or to hide a mattress without a headboard.

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Use a swing arm curtain rod to attach to ceiling. Hang a curtain on each side, forming a canopy over a crib. Use lightweight fabrics such as tulle or sheers to let light attached canopy fixed to ceiling, and discontinue use if child tugs on it. Use a canopy to add substance to a twin bed or air. A small metal curtain rod hung near ceiling on sides of bed is a simple canopy queen bed.