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Lighted Canopy $10

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I recently redecorated my daughters room. I wanted a simple but awesome looking canopy over her day bed. This is by far one of the easiest projects I've ever done. And all for $10!!!
Time: 20 Minutes Cost: $10 Difficulty: Easy
Before picture.
Box of Command Strips at the dollar store for $4.
Hung these on both the wall and the ceiling.
Hung two sets of curtain rods on the wall at the head of the bed. I used extra curtain rods I already owed. Which is why they're mismatched. You don't even notice when the project is complete.
Hung Christmas lights from the hooks on the walls and ceiling. I used old lights I already owned.
Hung two sheer panels of 84" length curtains from both sets of curtain rods. I then pinned the ends over the lights on the ceiling and secured them with flat tacks.
Purchased the curtains for $6 on Amazon.
The finished product!
My daughter is in love!!!

Materials I used for this project:

  • Sheer Curtains $6   (Amazon)
  • Christmas Lights $0   (Already Owned)
  • 2 Curtain Rods $0   (Already Owned)
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Ask the creator about this project

  • Wendy
    Wendy
    on Aug 12, 2017

    I'm so glad you posted this tutorial because when I saw this in your last post, I fell in love!

  • Ginger
    Ginger Agawam, MA
    on Aug 17, 2017

    Beautiful, but those lights get really hot and bright before they burn out! hope it doesn't start a fire!

    • Penny Fawver
      Penny Fawver
      on Aug 28, 2017

      The Leds don't get hot at all. You could hold on to the bulb and not get burnt.

  • Artemis
    Artemis New Port Richey, FL
    on Aug 20, 2017

    Magical!

  • Lester
    Lester New York, NY
    on Aug 20, 2017

    awsome

  • Kim
    Kim Racine, WI
    on Aug 20, 2017

    BEAUTIFUL!! For anyone who doesn't have that kind of ceiling, and doesn't want to put thumbtacks into their ceiling, a regular desk stapler works on drywall, and leaves only a tiny pinhole not visible after removal. (I am NOT talking about a staple gun! Just a regular stapler for paper.)

    • Kim
      Kim Racine, WI
      on Sep 2, 2017

      Yes it would hold the sheer fabric. I have done that. :)

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