Place the planter on level ground and use a level on one side to make the post plumb. Add painter's tape across the planter on all four sides of the post to hold it in position. Allow the concrete to harden according to the manufacturer’s instructions before proceeding.
This traditional four-poster bed features spiral-turned twists, also called barley twists, an element commonly found in 17th-century design. Meanwhile, the ochre walls and heavy, hand-carved furniture give a nod to Mediterranean design.
A pair of aqua four-poster twin beds are separated by a white nightstand and clear glass lamp. A bright yellow art piece and colorful accent pillows break up the aqua color and add contrast to the space.
Filled with formal elegance and antique details, this bedroom features a four poster bed, armchair and ottoman and a pretty upholstered bench. A large Oriental rug in rich red pulls all the pieces together.
A view into one of nine bedrooms in this North Carolina, Colonial style historic home. A wooden four-post bed with a sheer canopy is stationed in the corner of a red-toned room and flanked by two oversized windows.
A reclaimed wood post acts as a connection point for the island cooking surface and the zebra wood eating bar in this sleek kitchen. The variety of materials used adds interest to the contemporary space.
A traditional, mahogany four-poster bed adds drama to this serene bedroom. Romantic, glamorous elements, like the chandelier, mirrored nightstand and sheer curtains behind the bed, balance the dark wood bed frame.