Dark-stained ceiling beams add a warm, rustic element to this transitional bedroom. A white canopy bed reaches towards the vaulted ceiling, visually extending the height of this space. White accents, like the rug, curtains and bedding, keep the room feeling spacious and airy.
HGTV fan katine took a cue from HGTV Dream Home 2009 and created a stunning master bedroom complete with a canopy attached to the ceiling. The white draperies and furnishings are a bold contrast against apple green walls.
This beautifully simple, rustic room features a wooden-framed canopy bed with full surrounding white curtains, fluffy white bed linens and a drooping top cover. A wooden bench rests at the foot of the bed under a large iron light fixture hanging from the beams of the peaked ceiling.
A sleek white canopy bed is dressed in simple white linens and bright turquoise pillows. The bed is flanked by clean-lined wood nightstands and curvy Lucite table lamps. A fluffy rose-like throw pillows brings much-needed texture to the space.
This dreamy master suite has the feeling of a treehouse with windows on three sides looking out into leafy green. The star of the space is the handmade canopy bed with a bleached Western maple headboard and footboard and a white oak frame.
Raw steel railings are paired with hardwood floors to create a contemporary staircase and hallway design. Black shutter barn doors open up to a sleek master bedroom, featuring a canopy bed, cozy white area rug and yellow abstract art.
This ethereal bed is made of light-colored wood beams. Hung by rope, an airy white canopy is draped over the timber frame while white and tan linens and cover the bed. The small but sturdy concrete base gives the illusion that the bed is floating while the sheer drapery and textural rope add a hint of romance.
Designer Melanie Miller of The Design Atelier selected a cool blue and white palette to create a restful atmosphere in this master bedroom. A wrought iron canopy bed and floor-to-ceiling drapes create a formal look without being stuffy.
Casa Xixim, a luxurious private villa in Tulum, Mexico, works harmoniously with its surroundings. Seen here is one of the home's four bedrooms. Walls melt away to mesh the indoor and outdoor spaces with ease and grace.
Washed out wood floors and soaring white ceilings give this master bedroom a bright, open feel. A simple wrought iron canopy bed with billowy white curtains enhances the airiness of the space. An oatmeal-colored rug helps define the sleeping area.