Silver canopy bed – If you have a little wannabe princess who lives in your house, chances are she dreams of sleeping in a four-poster bed someday. Make her dream come true with a simple DIY chapel for your child’s bed. Use finished materials or complete this project from start to finish for a child’s four-poster bed that suits your budget and interior.
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Determine how many curtains you need for your silver canopy bed. If your child’s bed is in a corner, for example, you may probably hang a curtain parallel to the foot of the bed and another parallel to the exposed side. If your child’s bed is in the middle of the room, you may need four full curtains, and if one side of the bed is level with a wall you will need three. Cut a length of wooden stick to match the dimensions of the bed for each side where you will hang a curtain plus 2 inches
Silver canopy bed with hang curtains on the control rods. The curtains must be long enough to extend from the ceiling to the floor, and you will need to put two curtains along each long side of the bed. The width of the curtains for the head and foot should be 1.5 times the length of the plug rod; the length of curtains on the longer side should be 1.5 times the half length of the plug rod. Slide the plug rods into the hooks and then screw the ends on the control rods to keep them from slipping off the hooks. Smooth out the curtains to completely enclose the bed.Tag : silver canopy bed