Giusti Portos is Italian company that creates charming furniture in classic style. Probably fans of minimalism wouldn’t appreciate it, but it is impossible to refuse that this furniture is very beautiful. The luxury beds by this company amaze by their elegant shapes and opulent finishes. Almost all of them are decorated by forged elements and looks as a true art object.
The most original and refine model is day bed Amaka. It presents itself as hammock with wrought iron base. It has curved base which is perfectly combined with gentle fabric canopy. These shape and materials add a fairy-tale touch to this day bed.
A canopy bed is a four-poster bed with a canopy of fabric overhead. Alternately, the canopy can be hung from the ceiling.
Historically in Europe canopy beds have been a status symbol and were made using the most expensive fabrics available-silk, damasks and brocades with gold and silver threads. They were very elaborate with heavy curtains completely enclosing the bed to keep the warmth in.
With the advent of modern heating, the canopy became more decorative and less functional, sometimes supported by just two posts at the head of the bed and extending only a few feet. In warmer climates a canopy might be made of mosquito netting.