Is there anything more romantic than the canopy bed? Here are 10 clean-lined favorites (prices listed are for queen size). Have we missed something? Let us know in the Comments section.
Above: The Alcova Canopy Bed from Italian company Maxalto is available with a fabric or leather base frame and headboard and is large enough to provide a storage platform (with an open compartment and drawer) around the parameter of the mattress. Available in six sizes; contact B&B Italia for more information.
Above: Designed by Patrizia Cagliani, the Asseman Canopy Bed has a white-painted tubular iron frame with a ceiling of white cotton or white tulle mosquito curtain; available through Suite New York, inquire about pricing.
Above: The Uhuru Canopy Bed is made of natural walnut with blackened steel frame; contact Uhuru for pricing information.
Above: The Italian Campaign Canopy Bed is made of wrought iron that is treated with an anti-rust wax coating; $1,698 from Anthropologie. Photograph of Marietta Beasley’s Atlanta loft via Atlanta Homes & Lifestyles.
Above: The Stainless Steel Portico Canopy Bed is $1,499 for the queen size at Room & Board.
Above: The Rogan Canopy Bed from West Elm is $1,899.
Above: Room & Board’s Architecture Queen Bed is made of lacquer-finished natural steel; $1,099.
Above: Mash Studio’s PCH Series Canopy Bed is solid teak; $4,995 from All Modern.
Above: The Marco Canopy Bed from Oly Studio is made of hand-hammered iron and has an upholstered headboard available in a range of options. Contact Oly for pricing information.
Above: The Osborn Bed is $1,499 from Crate & Barrel.
Above: From Property in Tribeca, New York, the Asha Baldaquin Bed is made of lacquered steel in a giant range of colors; inquire about pricing.
N.B.: Looking for fabric for your new canopy bed? Thumb through 368 posts on Fabrics & Linens for the Bedroom in our archive. For more inspiration on dressing the canopy, see our post: 5 Favorites: Canopy and Curtained Beds.
This post is an update; it originally ran on February 13, 2013, as part of our L’Amour issue.
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