The master bedroom from HGTV Dream Home 2009 is a true glimpse of luxury in design. Luscious green walls allow the crisp white draperies of the canopy bed to stand out and become a dramatic statement piece. Design by Linda Woodrum
The sheer, 10-foot-tall canopy turns this bedroom into an island retreat. The exotic fabric and accessories create a soothing and aesthetically pleasing atmosphere. Design by Kim Smart
The romance of this master bedroom is certainly amplified by the stunning white canopy. Sheer draperies are effortlessly supported by wrought iron rods attached to the ceiling for a chic and smooth look. Design by SPI Design
This transitional bedroom boasts both feminine and masculine features for a truly pleasing space. The beige- and camel-striped canopy adds another stylish and geometric element with the square-covered bedding and striped bench. Design by Douglas Dolezal
The platform bed and mosquito-net drapery deliver a whimsical and romantic feel to this master bedroom. Textural rope, rustic wood logs and white linens bring the outdoors in and deliver simple serenity. Design by SPI Design
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.
Bold colors and ethnic patterns make this master bedroom the ultimate Mexican retreat. Against deep red walls, the crisp white bed linens and sheer mosquito-net canopy are a smooth balance of textures and colors, ideal for a home-away-from-home feel. Design by HGTV fan allende
Designer Linda Woodrum continued the contemporary style and pleasing hues from HGTV Green Home 2010 in the home’s bold master bedroom suite. The cherry-toned, four-poster bed was creatively crafted from old doors and set on wheels for a modern look. The sheer canopy adds drama to the room and creates a beautiful contrast against the red hues.
This stunning bedroom makes up in stylish design what it lacks in square footage. Designer Lori Dennis coordinated a striped canopy with chocolate-brown bedding for a feeling of slight enclosure and elegance.
With a tight budget and teenage client, HGTV fan miles661 managed to create the perfect bedroom with a unique and custom-made, tent-style canopy. The floral canopy is creatively draped over a white rod and suspended from the ceiling with tasseled curtain tiebacks for an elegant yet youthful appearance.
Designer Audrey Brandt wanted to create a lush, romantic getaway for her clients. \"We used the design from the fabric for the detail painted above the crown molding, which adds a dramatic effect on the 12-foot ceilings,\" she says. \"I like that you can change the four drapery panels to cover the entire back [of the bed] or take them off if you like.\"
Gold fabric panels are a beautiful complement to the ornate gold bed frame and sage-green walls. The open canopy makes the space feel more open, and paired with the recessed ceiling, there is added elegance and drama. Design by Kim Smart
Even simple, sheer curtains can add a dramatic and grand appearance to a four-poster bed. Tying the canopy curtains back keeps them out of the way but still evokes a romantic and enclosed feel. Design by Marie Burgos
Sophisticated toile makes an eye-catching appearance on the walls, lampshades, window draperies and even the canopy. Simple white bedding and dark wood allow the active pattern to remain a focal point without taking too much away from the antique French furnishings. Crown molding with the canopy adds to the grandeur of the space. Design by Van Tullis
Designer Linda Woodrum wanted guests of HGTV Dream Home 2003 to feel surrounded by the same luxury and romance as the master bedroom suite. A cream-colored canopy adds to the dreamy cottage feel of the space and complements the tall, angled ceiling.