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  • Michele Loyd

    Curtain rods hung from the ceiling to simulate a canopy bed. Great idea for our future master bedroom!

  • →ℛʘՏℋℕⅈ Ƥ∆Ƭℰℓ←

    A really cool idea that I don't really see working in my house... Curtain rods hung from the ceiling to simulate a canopy bed

  • Anne Vijf

    Curtain rods hung from the ceiling to simulate a canopy bed. Great idea instead of a four poster bed frame.

  • Alisha Ballew

    Great idea to hang curtain rods from the ceiling. Simulates a canopy bed...

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