Canopy bed twin – A regular single bed can be brought alive by adding a canopy. Screens add visual interest, texture and color to the bedroom, and create an inviting space to sleep. While buying a sunroof for a single bed can be costly, creating your own is a cheaper alternative. All you need is a few basic supplies from a craft shop.
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Place a canopy bed twin in the desired place in the room. Take a measure that extends from floor to ceiling beside the bed. Add another 2 meters, which allows you to drape the fabric around the bed. Open and separate the two rings of an 18-inch brother’s bow. Set the outer ring aside. Cut four strips of decorative but sturdy stripes to a length of 10 inches long. Tie them at equal distances around the inner ring, tie them at the end. Gather the ties and tie four of them together in the middle of the ring.
Fold 4 inches of fabric strips over the embroidery Hoopa’s outer ring. Space the strips evenly around, bunching as needed to fit. Stick the inner bow into the outer bow and pull to secure the fabric in place. Look in the middle of the ceiling above the canopy bed twin. Drill a test hole in the ceiling and screw a pot rack hook into place. Hang the canopy fabric from the bow in the middle of the bow. Drape each piece of cloth around double Bed’s head until even.
Tips and warnings
Hide the pot rack out of sight by making a big bow to place over the end. Thick fabrics like velvet or canvas add texture and block the light around the head of the bed.