Iron beds of all sorts are making a big splash in modern spaces right now. Of special interest are iron canopy beds with or without draperies. From a simple black finish to burnished gold and chromed metal, sleek minimalist designs seem to fit especially well into the modern lifestyle. If you would like draperies to go with your canopy bed, it would be best to go for a style that is both beautiful and useful in helping you get the best possible sleep…for example, an EMF Bed Canopy drape, that protects you from the radio waves that we are exposed to everyday.
Who knew black iron could look so good with modern chairs and Tulip tables? This is a cool updated look with traditional bones.
Once again a black iron canopy bed reigns in the modern bedroom. We love the way it almost touches the ceiling. We are also captivated by the unusual look of the lantern-like ceiling-mounted light fixture.
A glamorous chrome-finished canopy bed with tufted headboard fills this stylish bedroom. How comfortable does that look? Of course, that all depends on the mattress underneath the decoration but I bet they have the best mattress money can buy if they can afford such a beautiful bed.
This bedroom with classic architectural elements goes modern with an iron canopy bed and Sputnik-inspired pendant light–a handsome look indeed. I can imagine that mattresses that are soft would go fantastically with these elegent designs.
Modern twin canopy beds sans the canopies are accompanied by woven benches for a contemporary tropical look.
Sheer mosquito netting adorns this modern iron bed with chic and stylish neutral bedding–a soft feminine touch.
Iron beds come in a wide range of colors. This traditional design is updated with a brilliant pink hue thats just right with a contemporary mushroom table and stools. Touches of orange add another modern element.
Iron canopy beds are perfectly suited to minimalist spaces. This black one is a beautiful companion to the beamed wood and iron ceiling.
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