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Canopy Day Bed

canopy day bed

    day bed
  • studio couch: convertible consisting of an upholstered couch that can be converted into a double bed

  • Daybeds are used as beds as well as seating. They can be made out of wood, metal or a combination of wood and metal.

  • A couch that can be made up into a bed

  • A bed for daytime rest

  • Cover or provide with a canopy

  • the transparent covering of an aircraft cockpit

  • cover with a canopy

  • the umbrellalike part of a parachute that fills with air

canopy day bed - Nicamaka Royal

Nicamaka Royal Day Bed w/ Canopy and Ottoman

Nicamaka Royal Day Bed w/ Canopy and Ottoman

With the Nicamaka Royal Collection All Weather Wicker Outdoor Day Bed with Ottoman gracing your patio or poolside, you'll be enjoying the outdoors more than you ever did before! Whether it's taking an afternoon nap, curling up with a good book, or simply lazing around on a hot day, this set will let you do it all in style. Boasting a contemporary design with clean lines and an upscale appeal, the day bed features a deep, generous resting surface and extra-thick cushions to envelop you in luxurious comfort. It also comes with a canopy cover, which can be lowered on to the wicker frame when not needed. The ottoman is perfect for relaxing with your feet up or as additional seating for guests. Available in polyester fabric options, including Sunbrella, the cushions will beautifully complement your outdoor setting. The canopy cover will match the cushions based on fabric option selected. Outdoor Wicker Furniture Features: Dura-Weave strands are made from High Density Polyethylene Royal Day Bed Dimensions: Frame: 53"D x 60"W x 62"H Seat Height: 19" Weight 100lbs Ottoman: 46" x 24" x 11"

81% (19)

Five days on the road

Five days on the road

"Five days on the road and I'm gonna make it home tonight.............".

This 1994 Toyota pick-up truck has 177,427 miles on it. We bought it new. It has taken us many places and always done so at 20 mpg in a dependable manner. The canopy is recent, and with a full mattress and flannel sheets, is a ready made "road bed" or "trailhead bed" in any kind of weather.

This photo was taken as I was heading into Kodachrome Basin State Park to have a look before leaving the pavement to head down the Cottonwood Creek Road.

It has served us well and continues to do so, so it only seemed fitting to me that I end this Neon Canyon Road Trip 2009 flickr photo set with a photo of the work horse at work in Southern Utah, taking me to places I want to see and hike and with a comfortable weather tight bed in the back, whenever I need the rest or a place to sleep the night.

Day one of this road trip was driving mostly interstate highways from my home in Eastern Washington to a rest stop off I-70 (Exit 86 at Fremont Junction, Utah), where I got a good night’s sleep.

Day two was spent trolling the Burr Trail road for autumn photography opportunities, just east of Boulder Town, Utah. Later that day I met my hiking friend John, in Escalante, Utah where we made final plans for a day hike in the Escalante River Canyon country, the next day.

Day three: John and I loaded our day packs into my old 4 X 4 pickup truck and drove to the Egypt trailhead early morning. We then took an enjoyable 10 mile round trip day hike down Fence Canyon, down the Escalante River, up Neon Canyon to the Golden Cathedral. Great hike.

Day four John headed north to his home in Western Washington and I headed south to explore the country between Cannonville, Utah and highway 89. The road is 46 to 48 miles long, depending on which road sign you read. The first 18 miles from Cannonville to Kodachrome State Park are paved. The next 30 miles to highway 89 is dirt and four wheel drive, high clearance, is a good idea. It had rained in the area recently and the dirt section had lots of deep ruts and boulders washed out onto the route out of side canyons in many places. The scenery made the drive well worthwhile.

After reaching highway 89, I made a quick stop to talk to the ranger at the Paria River rangers’ station then on to Kanab, north to Carmel Junction then the always scenic. Highway 9 into Zion National Park. I spent the entire afternoon taking short hikes in Zion NP and didn’t leave the park until the sun was gone. I then headed for home with a couple stops to get some sleep along the way.

Father's Day Gift

Father's Day Gift

For Father's Day, I got Brian this beautiful garden gazebo for our deck, which (despite how it looks in this late afternoon picture) gets soaked with direct sunlight most of the day. Next weekend is Justin's birthday party, with the accompanying visits of both sets of grandparents, so I gave him his gift a little early. Last night, we had our first real barbecue of the season, and it was quite lovely sitting under the canopy late into the evening.

In this picture, you can also see the hard work that Brian and our friend Sean completed yesterday -- lining the weed bed (HA!) from under the bump-out in our kitchen to the end of the house with river rocks. We've been working very hard on the house these days -- inside and out. There is still so much to be done (not the least of which is replacing/repainting all the house trim, sanding and staining the deck, and trying to reclaim our yard from the weeds which cause intermittent green prickly areas interspersed with bare patches of earth.)

Inside the house, we have been on a major clean up mission thanks to our cats. Last Monday, we finally enlisted the services of an animal behaviorist to help us solve soiling/spraying/passive aggression issues in our little three cat family. We have a LOT of work to do, not just in re-introducing our cats to each other (two of them littermates), but a thorough cleaning of the ENTIRE house. Yes, the situation was/is quite serious. All of this in the midst of family travel, work travel, end of school activities, and birthday party/father's day prep. S i g h ... at this point, we are just trying to get our heads above water.

canopy day bed

canopy day bed

Night and Day Laurel Canopy Platform Bed - ND195

Shop for Bed Sets from CanopyBed.com! Whether you go all Elizabethan and drape swaths of fabric over the canopies or leave them unadorned the beauty of the Laurel Canopy Platform Bed is unmistakable. Solid wood construction means generations of use and the bed comes in your choice of rich finish. Manufacturer Night and Day Furniture has patented use of its Thumnut a revolutionary way to secure bolts into wood. Holding the Thumnut in one hand allows you to easily screw in the bolt with the other. Choose your bed size then choose whether you'd like just the bed in all its simple elegance or add two or four under-bed storage drawers. The drawers are made with smooth rolling joints perfect for extra room to house sweaters books and anything else to be tucked neatly away. The Laurel Canopy Platform Bed is a fine choice to up the sophistication quotient of your bedroom.Sizes:Full: 75 5/8L x 57 7/8W x 83 1/4(with canopy)H inchesQueen: 80 5/8 L x 63 7/8W x 83 1/4(with canopy)H inchesKing: 80 5/8L x 80 1/2W x 83 1/4(with canopy)H inches

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