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a bed with posts at the four corners that can be used to support a canopy or curtains

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Four-posters are often also called canopy beds and are attractive because of the drapes that clothe the frame of the bed.
If you want something of the look and feel of the four-poster but don't want to go overboard with size and style, you could opt for a low-post bed instead.
If you want to feel like a queen (or king) and sleep in stately style, a traditional wooden, carved, draped four-poster should grace your boudoir.
Weekend rates for bed and breakfast for a double room start at pounds 150 per room per night, rising to pounds 205 for a room with a four-poster bed.
THE BEDS: Most of rooms have lake or parkland views and huge four-posters.
When I found out about the four-poster, I immediately started the licensing process," says David Weld, executive director of the American Lyme Disease Foundation, which is forming a subsidiary company to market the four-posters.
Jim even built the four-poster beds eight years ago - but he has never slept in them.
Rich fabrics adorn comfortable beds I some four-posters.
Sleek steel or aluminium four-posters look great combined with floaty white voiles throughout the year.
All oak panels and four-posters, there's an award-winning restaurant, indoor swimming pool and spa.
Today's four-posters are a far less ornate affair, with sleek lines, simple shapes and floaty voiles conjuring images of island holidays and hot summer nights.
When it comes to trends, florals, four-poster beds and shabby-chic are all currently popular, but jostling for your attention are sleek, grey-blue, modern-looking rooms, with a very clean, angular, futuregazing feel.
THERE is nothing more romantic than red roses, a candle-lit Champagne supper and a cosy bedroom complete with four-poster.