The furniture term Lit Clos refers to a specific type of bed or sleeping enclosure that was popular in Western Europe during the 17th and 18th centuries. Lit Clos translates to closed bed in English. It typically consists of a wooden frame with high sides and a canopy or curtains that can be closed to create a private sleeping space. The enclosed design was intended to provide warmth, privacy, and protection from drafts. Lit Clos beds were often intricately carved and decorated, and they were considered a luxurious and prestigious piece of furniture during that time period. Paneled enclosure of wood around a bed, freestanding or in a corner. The French term for closed bed.