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23 Easy Ways To Turn Your Room Into A Cosmic Getaway

Sleep under the stars every night.

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1. Hang curtains overhead from the ceiling to the wall and down to the floor.,

This will give your room the illusion of having lofty ceilings. You'll need three curtain rods and some hooks to get started. Then, you can flood your canopy with string lights.

See full tutorial here.

2. Or, you can get a similar effect using nails and a hammer., Medioimages / Getty Images

And with nails, you can make your canopy super billowy.

Read more here. If you want an embroidered tapestry like the photo on the left, try a Suzani blanket.


3. Use copper pipes and wooden poles for a clean, elegant look.

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With this approach, you'll create four canopies around the corners of the bed. It takes a little longer to assemble but the finished look is so worth it. Then, you can add an ethereal tapestry in the back and illuminate it with lights and lamps, like this mystifying gourd lamp.

See instructions here. You can get inexpensive sheer white curtains from Amazon ($7) or Ikea ($9).

4. Attach tulle fabric to a light fixture, like a chandelier.

For this tutorial, you'll need a staple gun to secure the tulle.

Read more here. You can find a selection of tulle here.

5. Or, use a curved rod to create charming corner canopies.


7. And if you don't want to do anything, you can literally just thumbtack sheer curtains to the ceiling.

8. Firefly lights will make your canopy enchantingly ethereal.

9. Big bulb string lights will give your canopy a more homey feel.


10. A galaxy tapestry that either be part of the canopy or a compelling backdrop.


15. For a canopy with a little flourishes, try ombre-dyed curtains., OhanaHomeDecor

You can get custom-dyed curtains for $45+ or you can buy a full dip-dyed canopy from Free People for $300.


21. Hang astronomical art prints that'll make you feel so small, yet so loved.


22. Set up this glow-in-the-dark canopy that might even give you astral vision.

23. And of course, wear galaxy panties that'll match your canopy as you sleep under the stars.