King Canopy Bed Frame Ideas Bamboo
King canopy bed frame – If you want to add a canopy to your bed, but do not want to go all the trouble of attaching the bed posts and canopies to your existing bed frame, a canopy of hanging is the ideal solution. Bamboo is a good choice because it is sturdy but light and adds an Asian holiday feeling in your room.
Measure the dimensions of your king canopy bed frame and add 2 inches on each side for the size of the canopy of hanging. For example, for a standard queen bed that is 60 inches by 80 inches, make the dimensions of the canopy 64 inches by 84 inches. Cut two pieces of bamboo for the width and two for the length of the side of the awning.
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King canopy bed frame place the flat side pieces of bamboo on the floor and place the pieces of the width on top of another to form a rectangular frame. The ends of the parts should be even in the corners. Put a piece of an inch masking tape on top of the ends of the pieces of bamboo width and drill a hole in the top of the bamboo through the parts aside. Hole size to fit eyelets.
Remove the masking tape and screws into an eye bolt in each corner of the frame to attach the bamboo pieces of the eye of the eyebolt must be up. Wrap a length of strong cord around the joints of the corner of the bamboo frame to give the impression that the frame was whipped together, rather than screwed