Having white canopy bed makes different atmosphere when you sleep and stay in bedroom. This kind of bed is not only about functionality, but you will also see the artistic aspect which contributes to the room decoration. The design plays significant role when you try to put this furniture. This bed will be your favorite item, especially for children.
Canopy bed had known since ancient time because this furniture is for king, noble, or rich people. It was bed with special curtain alongside the bed pillars as cover. This was expensive bed to buy, so ordinary people couldn’t afford to have it. Nowadays, everyone is able to obtain this kind of bed at home.
Why is white to be the main color for canopy bed? As you know, white represents purity and neutral. Therefore, you will feel comfortable around anything in white. Research shows that white tone give a tranquility to mind. This is crucial during sleeping where body and mind need to be in good state for relaxation.
Main design for white canopy bed consists of two sections. Firstly, bed frame with headboard, footboard, and mattress place. Secondly, you will find four pillars on each corner, which are tall and connected each other at the top part.
Moreover, the material for bed is varying. You might find bed in full wooden as material from bed section to the canopy part. Another option is combination between wood and metal, specifically steel. The canopy parts are in steel.
White is not solely the main color if you want something different. Add dark accent to pillar, but still the bed is in white. Do not forget about curtain. In certain countries, this bed uses mosquito net and canopy bed is used for children.
Canopy bed might not your choice for small bedroom, but still worth to try. Children or girls often have this kind of bed. From the design to its functionality, white canopy bed gives new atmosphere for your room.
Hang a panel of corkboard between the brackets of a wall shelf to create a clever space to hang jewellery and help clear surfaces. Loop necklaces over smart pins and hang earrings by pushing them straight into the cork. Keep boxes and baskets on top of the shelves for extra storage.
Providing handy shelves and hidden storage, this headboard also doubles as a bedside table, freeing up more space in a compact room. Team with a storage divan to stash away bedding and out-of-season clothes.
Place a sturdy shelf unit on its side to create a bench with storage cubbies to sit at the end of the bed. Perfect for basketfuls of shoes or spare bedding. We added old feet for a pretty detail but you could also consider using castors – particularly if you are adapting the idea for moveable storage in a child’s bedroom.
For bedrooms that double as offices (or homework rooms) this fold down desk blends storage with table top space. Finish the interior of the desk in a contrasting shade for a pop of colour when pulled down.
Built-in floor-to-ceiling storage puts alcoves either side of a bed to best use. Connect them with a full-width headboard in the same colour to give you a streamlined shelf for books and other bits. Green is a restful choice that’s perfect for bedrooms. And why not fill the gap with a panel of flamboyant wallpaper?