undercover comfort.
by victoria comment

11/3/20

undercover comfort and canopy beds / sfgirlbybay

i don’t know about you, but i am feeling extremely anxious about the election and to be honest, since i voted early i think i’d feel a little bit calmer were i to just stay under the covers until it’s all over. even better, hide me in a tented bed, please. they’re not only oh-so-pretty but so cozy and comforting, too. there are a few different ways to achieve the vibe — mosquito nets, canopies, and even privacy curtains can all make you feel all safely tucked in and ready for bed, or to simply hide out the entire day. however, before you do, please get out and vote if you haven’t already, and if you’re not registered, these states allow election day voter registration today, november 3. so vote, and then feel free to get back under the safety of these pretty covers!

undercover comfort and canopy beds / sfgirlbybay

undercover comfort and canopy beds / sfgirlbybay

undercover comfort and canopy beds / sfgirlbybay

undercover comfort and canopy beds / sfgirlbybay

clockwise, l to r: pink tent via @kimficaro; yellow canopy by robert hadley photography; lit up canopy via buzzfeed; bedroom privacy curtain via home edit; curtain clips from bordde scene; ONXO Freestanding Room Divider Stand; mombasa majesty classic canopy bed; privacy bed curtain via domino; urban outfitters Tessie Canopy; bed, bath & beyond Cirrus Galaxie 4-Poster Bed Canopy; mustard muslin canopy from Babotipi; urban outfitters Tessie Canopy.

undercover comfort and canopy beds / sfgirlbybay

undercover comfort and canopy beds / sfgirlbybay

undercover comfort and canopy beds / sfgirlbybay

undercover comfort and canopy beds / sfgirlbybay

undercover comfort and canopy beds / sfgirlbybay

undercover comfort and canopy beds / sfgirlbybay

undercover comfort and canopy beds / sfgirlbybay

• all other photography in order of appearance: BAMBOO Mosquito Net; introducing new worlds; grace bonny on flickr; new york times; @michaelsinclair; regards et maisons; architectural digest france; @osenamoradosibiza; muslin canopies from Babotipi; inside closet; @theinside.

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