Twin bed canopy tent – Give your bed the romantic look of a four-poster bed without buying new furniture. Half-crown screen roof hanging over just the head in the bed. Antique half-crown ceilings are sewn and gilded to look like royal headgear, and sometimes they are priced – if you can find one. Instead, it makes it look by making a cheap version of plywood.
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Measure 24 inches along the straight twin bed canopy tent edge of 3/4 inch plywood. Mark each end with a pencil. Measure 12 inches from one of the pencil markings for halfway, and mark that point with the pen. Tie a string around the pen. Cut the loose end of the lace 12 inches long. Attach the loose end of the cord to the 12-inch mark with a staple.
Hold the pen and pull the string upset. Start on one of the 24-inch pencil markings, and draw a half-round bow that twin bed canopy tent at the other end of the pencil marker. Remove pegs and strings from plywood. Cut the hemispherical shape with a jigsaw, after the pencil line. Cut 3/4 inch hook-and-loop tape to 37 3/4 inches long. Staple the rigid half of the heel-and-loop tape with the plywood curve. Place the staples one inch apart. Screw two L-brackets to the underside of the plywood mold. Place them about one inch from each end of the plywood’s straight side. Center plywood over your bed, ranging from an inch to a foot from the ceiling, as you prefer. Place it with straight edge against the wall and screw the free ends of the L-brackets on the wall.