1. The canopy bed excels at imagination and drama. Few styles can make the terms queen and king feel so literal. Our queen and king sizes enhance that true-to-life sensation with opulent metal and wood designs that command attention, with or without a crowning.
2. Our canopy beds for boys include twin and full frames in metal, hardwoods, and softwoods. Don't let the photo finish fool you: our select finish options include boy's room favorites such as oak, maple, espresso, and black.
3. White beds for girls are the essential centerpieces of princess-style bedrooms. Metal frames with decorative scrollwork or floral castings are classic princess styles. But for sheer princess-ian whimsy, a carriage-style is the most beautiful in all the land.
4. Canopy daybeds offer unique decorating possibilities for Victorian interiors and children's rooms, as well as dual-purpose guest rooms. Paired with white wicker furniture or floral drapery, these could create a charming sunroom setting for reading and enjoying a good cup of English tea.
5. Outdoor canopy daybeds are one of the hottest trends in patio living. These large, exceptionally comfortable sets are built from all-weather resin wicker, rust-proof aluminum, and water-resistant fabrics. Use yours for shady sunny-day seating or outdoor sleeping on sultry summer nights.
6. Rustic cedar canopy beds return the style to its utilitarian origins, when medieval people relied on the canopy covering for needed overnight warmth. That doesn't mean you have to turn off your heater. The rustic, log cabin-inspired design of a cedar frame is heartwarming even as a style statement.
7. By connecting the four posts of the beds into a united upper frame, these create a linear symmetry that's very appealing in contemporary interiors. A wood canopy platform bed further streamlines the frame, yielding minimal modern lines.