Solid Color Canopy Tops


Solid Color Canopy Tops

$109.00 - $159.00

Canopies are available in arch or flat style. Entire canopy material is 180 thread count poly/cotton percale. Custom Sizes Available. Proudly Hand Made In The U.S.A.

Flat Style  Arch Style  Canopy Corner

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Canopies are constructed with a 10.5" drop with a 2" hole (pole end) in each corner for the finial. Canopy tops will be hemmed at the top and the bottom to finish edges. Queen size and larger canopies will have a center seam on the platform. Canopies are available in arch and flat style. Material is a 50/50 poly cotton blend.  Canopies are machine washable using low heat and low gentle settings. Flat style canopies will be 8" shorter. Custom sizes and special order canopies are available, see below. Special order items are non-returnable. Made In The U.S.A.

Twin Canopy Finished Size: 44" x 89

Full Canopy Finished Size: 59" x 89"

Queen Canopy Finished Size: 64" x 92"

King Canopy Finished Size: 80" x 92

Canopy Curtains: 4pcs @ 44" x 60" each panel.

Custom Sizes: see" x below"

Custom Canopies

To order a custom canopy, select "Custom Sized Canopy" from the drop down menu. Custom sizes are available from crib to king sizes only, when filling out the order information please follow the "Canopy Frame Measurements" instructions and include the required information in the "comment box" when completing your order.

Canopy Frame Measurements: Please provide the following measurements when ordering your custom sized canopy top, this is a special order and is non-returnable.

 1. Provide width from corner to corner of canopy frame (usually from the point of the corner spindals or where the canopy top corners are affixed).

 2. Provide length of canopy frame for flat tops (see #3 for arch style).

 3. If "arch" or "camel" style, provide length of frame from top corner to bottom corner, be sure to include the rise of the arch when measuring the length. *Important for Arch or Camel Style!  Be sure to measure the length which includes following up and over the rise of the arch, this will give a longer distance as if it were measured in a straight line.