TODAY’S PATENT- BED AND CANOPY
The BED AND CANOPY was invented by Sylivia W. Taylor (Marietta, GA) on the 16th of April, 1996, bearing patent number US5507046A.
This invention provides the canopy frame and bed is for the interior design and decorating purposes of the bed. The canopy is a free-standing compact, separate section to lodge all sizes of bedding anywhere in the house. Any size of bed means king-queen size, twin, full, day bed, etc. can be adjoining as per the structure. It is made up of different kinds and sizes of materials like copper, wood, aluminium, plastic PVS pipe, brass, and steel. It is made quickly and also pulls parts easily from movable items. This invention has unique features such as transitional support at the base of the framework. The transitional support will help in easy control over the opposite sides of the bed without any interruption to one’s feet. There are two tee joints for support one is supporting at the foot and another give supports at the head. These tee joints link with the tabular parts as per the width of the bed to provide support in vertical tubular parts at the structure’s corners. The main purpose of this invention is to offer a simple device in less expensive fabrication.