Friday, July 5, 2013

Canopy Beds for a Soothing Slumber

There are few things more rejuvenating than a good night’s sleep. Some folks can make do with a simple, unadorned bed, and that’s fine. Others, however, prefer going bedtime to be a ritual. And every aspect of the bed - the sheets, the colors, the frame - contributes to a soothing, cathartic, good night’s rest.

One of the most popular ways to enhance the “atmosphere” of a bedroom is to implement a canopy bed, to create a comfortable, semi-closed space that can block out those tiny disturbances. Fortunately, Home Decor Liquidators has canopy bed frames in stock, for those who prefer that atmospheric brand of sleep:

Last week, Apartment Therapy posted some ideas for implementing canopy beds. You don’t even need a canopy bed frame to tackle these simple DIY projects!
A fun, surprisingly elegant solution: tie swathes of fabric to visible piping. From Design*Sponge.  
Style blogger Kallie Feigenbaum created a dramatic, vintage feel by hanging satin sheets from the ceiling. From Teen Vogue.   
Designer Justine Blakeney creates an boho chic arrangement out of lanterns, eclectic fabrics, and shawls. From Cargo Collective.  
It's no big surprise that this room is in a spa (the Coqui Coqui Spa in Tulum, Mexico), but you could recreate it at home with giant branches and sheer sheets. From Elle Decor.  
Lonny editor-in-chief Michelle Adams created this canopy bed using curtain rods. From Lonny
Click here for even more ideas for converting a non-canopy bed into one! We think our panel headboard would serve as a great backdrop for many of these projects:

To browse our full bedroom collection, click here. See something you like? Head over to your nearest showroom today!


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