Mountain Magic

Emily Minton Redfield

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Aditi Sharma Maheshwari added this to How to Cover Up an Ugly Ceiling1 July 2018

Fabric canopyThis may seem a little far-fetched for public spaces – say a living room or a dining area. However, if you want to temporarily change the look of your bedroom and are hunting for ideas to cover the ceiling or a patch of it, long drapes of fabric attached from the ceiling to the wall could be an option. Just like in this image, the space would transform into a whimsical, cosy retreat. You will, however, need to clean and maintain the fabric on a regular basis.See more spaces that cover ugly ceilings with fabric canopies

Vinita Kunnath added this to The Which, Where & How of Hanging Tapestries24 January 2018

9. Spread it overheadTapestries look equally good on ceilings. Here, thanks to the sloping roof, the tapestry doubles as an awning over the bed.

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Avonlee Bohall added this to My Project17 July 2022

The colors and the whole style of the room

HU-655582009 added this to Longhorn Remodel - Floor/Kitchen/ BR BA ideas1 April 2022

MPM 3 Big pillows a round and a square for bed

Tami Merry added this to scarlett room23 January 2022

The curtains pink in most pillows

Kristen Aghdaei added this to Bedroom ideas15 October 2021

Though some people experience problems when they sleep under beams, I’ve noticed that this doesn’t apply to everyone. Some people (like myself) sleep just fine under beams. Some elders reasoned that physical strength and youth has a lot to do with it. Cure: You can use a canopy bed with the top covered. Experts have said that the extra layer is said to block the beam’s Qi.

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