What might be viewed as an elaborate treatment for a pre-teen is actually quite good insurance. A canopy bed has a formal look but, given the right material, can provide years of service in any room. This design is a very traditional canopy with curtains can close across the sides and foot of the bed, if required. These days, that’s a luxurious touch though it was a necessity hundreds of years ago when canopy beds functioned to keep the users warm and provide privacy. Vivid saffron and fabric gives the bed playful edge and it’s also a fabric choice that will carry forward from teen to young adult and beyond as a guest room. The hand screen-printed Willow fabric is designed by Sandra Loveland Bragdon for her Hungry Palette shop in Connecticut. Details in the pattern include borders of trees and filigree foliage. The box pleated canopy and flowing panels are lined in a soft green-blue fabric creating a feminine place to dream day and night.
(Source: Francois Halard for Vogue, Hungry Palette)
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