Kids Canopy Beds
Most kids canopy beds come without the canopy itself, which means for DIY canopy-hanging. Follow these tips to help ensure that you streamline the process of setting up your new kids canopy bed.
- Consider how much fabric you want to use. The traditional way of hanging a kids canopy bed is to use one large piece of fabric to drape over the four posts, though more contemporary styles incorporate four pieces of fabric draped over each post separately for a breezy, layered look.
- Consider where you want the fabric to fall. In traditional kids canopy bed styles, the canopy fabric reaches all the way down to the floor, while in others, the fabric falls just short of the base of the bed for a more casual aesthetic. Keep in mind, too, that longer canopies will completely conceal the style of the bed itself. If you would rather incorporate the bedframe, along with the canopy, as part of your bedroom décor, opt for a shorter canopy length.