A 19th-century opium bed airily dressed in a simple white canopy with curtains tied back to the bedposts establishes the South Pacific style of jewelry designer Carolyn Tyler. Lavender terrazzo floors splash the pastel jewel tone underfoot. The oversize tiles also offer a starkly simple counterpoint to the intricate carving of the bed.
For a modern take a on the traditional canopy bed, try bed curtains. Instead of being mounted on a canopy bed, these curtains look great hung from the ceiling. You can use a combination of standard curtain rods mounted on the ceiling to create this look. The result is dreamy and cozy, but clean. And best of all this works with a regular bed and can be taken down whenever preferences change.