A few yards of gauzy fabric (or even a tablecloth!) can go a long way.

UTTERLY DREAMYUTTERLY DREAMY
Nab these firefly string lights at Urban Outfitters, then drape throughout a sheer, gauze canopy.

BOLD PATTERNSBOLD PATTERNS
No headboard? No problem. Adding fabric with a subtle pattern to the wall behind your bed adds visual interest, without going overboard.

DREAMY DAYBEDDREAMY DAYBED
Turn an office’s daybed into a cozy spot by hanging wall fabric and a mirror.

STRING LIGHT ACCENTSSTRING LIGHT ACCENTS
Create some romantic appeal to a structured canopy by hanging string lights overhead.

WHITE AND AIRYWHITE AND AIRY
Reminiscent of a fancy hotel bed, this dreamy, sheer look quickly ups the elegance in your bedroom.

CAMPING TENT BEDCAMPING TENT BED
Turn your kid’s room into a campground by using canvas cloth to create a “tent.” And let’s be honest: With a bed like this, your kid will probably love being sent to their room.
READING NOOKREADING NOOK
Though intended to a little girl, this makeshift reading nook is whimsical enough for us adults to want one, too.

TINY TENTTINY TENT
Add this tiny tent to one your kid’s rooms for a playful spot they will love to curl up in.
AFFORDABLE AND ELEGANTAFFORDABLE AND ELEGANT
No need to drop big bucks on a canopy! With just wooden dowels from Hobby Lobby and some sheer fabric panels from IKEA, blogger Camilla crafted a dreamy canopy for her master bedroom.
FAIRY LIGHT CANOPYFAIRY LIGHT CANOPY
Create a magical cocoon around your bed with a gauzy and glittering canopy. Simply hang sheer drapery panels on wire rope threaded through eye hooks in the ceiling and accent with strings of cascading holiday lights.