Easy DIY Bed Crown Cornice

I finally turned the toddlers bed into her “big girl” bed a few months ago.  Ever since I have been wanting to do something special for her room.  I have always loved bed cornices, but they are just so expensive. This (of course) had me thinking I could do it myself, so I did! I created this Easy DIY Bed Crown Cornice for under $50.  That includes everything, including the panels, which can be EXPENSIVE. Also, this is a NO SEW project.

I have found these Bed Crown Cornice pieces from $50 – 200 and up, I mean WAY up. If you have searched for these like I have, you know what I am talking about. It can be costly.  Needless to say, I have had a ton of fun with my power tools creating this one.  I also did this all by myself, so no worries on wondering if you can do this.

This post is to show you how to build the structure of the cornice, but you can always click here and be taken to the post that shows you how to upholster the cornice.

Easy DIY Bed Crown Cornice Tutorial available at PinkWhen.com

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    • Jennifer says

      Thanks Leslie! She does love it, it has been her favorite thing to share and show people all weekend long.

  1. says

    Fantastic! I would love it if you joined and contribute your awesome posts at my link party at City of Creative Dreams, starts on Fridays :D Hope to see you there at City of Creative Dreams Link Party.
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  2. says

    Well, not sure if I feel I could make one now, but I sure do love it. What little girl wouldn’t want to sleep here?? If a parent could make this ahead of time, it would probably help the child move out of a crib. I love the monogram up top!
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  3. says

    Omg amazing.. My granddaughter would love this .in her bedroom. It is so beautiful.You did an amazing job love the fabric you picked fit for a princess.love it.

  4. Elizabeth says

    I love the scroll panel & the pink panel you used! I have looked all over & can’t find any that don’t cost a small fortune…where did you get yours?

    • Jennifer says

      Hi! I actually picked the black and white scroll and the pink out of the window panel section at Hobby Lobby. I grabbed one black and white, cut it in half, and one pink panel. Hope that helps!

  5. beth says

    the board on the wall, was it nailed? and how did you attach the cornice on to the board? or was the cornice attached to the wall directly? thanks!

    • Jennifer says

      Hi Beth. The board was placed into the wall with (4) 2 1/2″ screws going into STUDS. I then attached the cornice to the board on the wall with (4) 2 1/2″ inch screws. It’s not going anywhere! Hope that helps.:-)


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