Pottery barn canopy bed adds a bohemian touch to a bedroom and helps transform the bed into a romantic setting. Adding beads makes the movement of the chandeliers more distinct and there is often a faint sound of bullets gently spitting. The beads can be retracted as curtains to create openings, or they can hang straight into a clean curtain. Installing beaded canopy curtains is simple.
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Move a control detector along the ceiling pottery barn canopy bed directly over the head, sides and foot of the bed. Typical roof beams will be driven in one direction. In the opposite direction, they will be evenly spaced apart. Mark the placement of roof beams in the ceiling along the outer perimeter of the bed. Cut the lengths the ceiling curtain groove 2 inches longer than the length of the bed and 2 inches longer than its width.
Place the roof rails in a rectangle over the pottery barn canopy bed. Drill through bracket holes in roof beams and screw the roof to the ceiling using screws and a screwdriver. Insert the plastic cover at one end of each roof rack. Slide beaded curtain panels onto one of the tracks using the open end. Cut your curtain when the track is full. Insert the plastic cap into the open end of the groove. Repeat for the other three pages.
Tips and warnings
Bead curtains can be connected with light straps, jewelry or other flexible materials. Rep light can be mounted along the inside of the track to add a nice evening glow. Use a steel channel to hide the thread on the wall. The beads should hang over the canal to completely hide it.