Whether your daughter has just recently graduated from her toddler bed or is a preteen who is looking to add a little more oomph to her sleep space, a canopy bed may just be in the cards. Canopy beds are a great way to add a little magic to a child's bedroom. Young ones will enjoy dozing off pretending that they're living in a dreamy, magical land—canopy beds just have that mystical quality about them!
Fortunately, converting a regular bed into a canopy setup is quite easy. There are also a number of directions one can go with regard to color scheme and fabric choice. Whether your daughter craves a bedroom that's ultra glam or is all about embracing vibrant hues, the below spaces are a great place to look to get ideas for your own design scheme.
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Hang Some Vines
Bring the outdoors in with faux vines that will make her feel like she's dozing off in a magical garden (without any concerns about unpleasant temps or critters, that is!). This setup is excellent for the nature lover.Continue to 2 of 21 below.
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Go Bold With Color
There's no reason to shy away from using bold fabric in the bedroom—even a bright orange is fair game when it looks as good as it does in the space shown here. The shade pairs wonderfully with this room's peach-colored walls.Continue to 3 of 21 below.
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Layer in Some Blue
Light blues can look just as soothing as light pinks—and this room is proof. A dusty blue canopy will blend well with a number of other textile shades, including light purples, as we see above.Continue to 4 of 21 below.
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Try Some Tassels
In order to make your sleep space look extra glam, opt for a canopy with tassels. These are ultra elegant and will add instant sophistication to any bedroom. Better yet, they're easy to make by hand using colorful yarn.Continue to 5 of 21 below.
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Go Bold With Purple
A variety of warm hues stand out in this cozy bedroom. The deep purple canopy and yellow bedding are perfect for the kid who craves a vibrant space. We think the royal hue makes the space appear as though it's truly fit for a princess.Continue to 6 of 21 below.
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Or Incorporate Subdued Shades
If you're looking to keep things a bit simpler, add just a few pops of color in the form of a canopy and some corresponding wall decals (or a painted border, if you're feeling crafty). You can never go wrong with a scalloped design!Continue to 7 of 21 below.
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Think Soft Pink
We often picture a bubble gum hue when we think of pink, but more muted variations of the color can look oh-so-beautiful, too. This room is 100 percent fit for an imaginative kiddo.Continue to 8 of 21 below.
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It's a flower crown... for the bed! Add some boho flair to your daughter's sleep space by topping off a sheer canopy with a floral design that makes a stylish statement.Continue to 9 of 21 below.
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Add a Bit of Green
Faux vines once again pop in this mostly black and white bedroom. If you're looking for a means to add color to your sleep space but don't want something ultra frilly, this is the way to go.Continue to 10 of 21 below.
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Enjoy Pink and White
There's nothing wrong with a classic pink-and-white combo. Opt for solid colored bedding that can grow with your child for a timeless look.Continue to 11 of 21 below.
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Shoot for the Stars
Who doesn't dream of falling asleep under the stars? We have a simple fix for those who would love to do just that. Attach a star-shaped banner to the canopy and your little one can do just that each and every night.Continue to 12 of 21 below.
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A sheer canopy adds glam to this sleep space without detracting from the stunning wallpaper behind the bed. The floral design on the fabric adds a fun vintage touch, too.Continue to 13 of 21 below.
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Bunkbeds are already tons of fun, and we have an idea for how to make them even more exciting. Yes, even those bunking up can enjoy the delights of a canopy bed! This canopy is long enough to wrap around both the top and bottom bunk and features cheerful pink pom-poms to boot.Continue to 14 of 21 below.
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Create a Chic Lounge
This canopy bed is made even cozier with the addition of throw pillows galore and doubles as a chic spot to lounge during daytime hours. Your little one and her friends will love hanging in this space after school.Continue to 15 of 21 below.
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Dress Up the Daybed
A daybed can be transformed with a canopy, too. In this case, the canopy can be even more expansive and add a touch of drama to the space. And once again, a banner with star cutouts is an excellent accent piece.Continue to 16 of 21 below.
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Tone It Down
What could be more cheery than a canopy bed positioned right next to a beautiful rainbow mural? If your child's room features brightly colored walls already, you may wish to choose a more sheer or plain-colored canopy option, as we see here, to offset all of the hues.Continue to 17 of 21 below.
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Don't be afraid to get a bit whimsical! Mixing a canopy with rainbow pom-pom ball alongside more sophisticated fabric prints can be the best of both worlds (and is a nice option for those who just can't pick a favorite color).Continue to 18 of 21 below.
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Sparkle and Shine
If your little one is all about things that glitter, this is the setup she needs. Weave battery-operated string lights into the canopy and let them glisten all day long. Your daughter will love being surrounded by sparkles.Continue to 19 of 21 below.
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Keep it Classic
This canopy bed features fabric that complements the nearby curtains perfectly. The room's classic, elegant style takes us back to simpler times.Continue to 20 of 21 below.
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All Hail the Queen
Her bedroom isn't 100 percent fit for royalty until it's equipped with a crown... and what better place to add such an accent than atop the canopy bed? This DIY decoration certainly steals the show.Continue to 21 of 21 below.
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A twin room looks even more excellent when it's symmetrical—seeing double never looked so stylish.