This serene guest bedroom in the 2002 San Francisco Decorator Showcase features a draped bed with the canopy suspended from the ceiling. The bed was built in situ, and is an original design by Michael Merrill, ASID. (2002)
This is a modern bedroom with a really streamlined look to the canopy. The neutral colors make it so that this style is also unobtrusive even though the bed certainly stands out as a centerpiece of the room. People seeking clean lines and modern decor should choose a canopy bed such as this one.
Drapes don't have to be something that hangs on the wall at all. If you have a four-post bed then you can choose to use heavy drapes around the bed to close it off from the rest of the room. That's a great way to use drapes to make a private space in your home.
Create a harmonious marriage of masculine and feminine design using a neutral palette in the couple's bedroom. This four poster bed is where dreams and fairytales come true. Dress the bed in luxurious linens and various textures for bliss that lasts long after the honeymoon is over. Replace side tables with mirrored nightstands for added sparkle.
Fabric doesn't have to mean frill. This stately canopy bed extends all the way to the ceiling, integrating with the structure of the room and clearly delineating where relaxation takes place. The fabric panels, upholstered top and skirted bottom result in a quiet, calming sanctuary fit for a king or a queen. (Or both!)
6. Use a post bed frame to disguise the window. This elegant hotel-like guest bedroom uses draperies in a similar way as the previous room, but the dropped ceiling gives the sleeping area a more intimate feeling.
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