Terri Lindsey. Nightstand. February 28th , 2018.
Another great thing about nightstands today is that they do not have to be next to the bed. Because they are available in so many styles and colors they look attractive in any room of the house as well as out on the porch filled with plants. One in the bathroom might hold soaps and towels, one in the living room can hold magazines and remote controls, one in the kitchen can be a tea-stand and one in the entryway can hold a basket items such as keys.
If you've never owned a piece of mirrored furniture before, it is the most elegant type of decor in the home you can have. The texture is smooth and when you put it in a clean, soft carpet bedroom with only the lamp on, it creates a tranquil, calming atmosphere. You may even describe it as soothing.
The first thing you need to decide when choosing a nightstand that works with your bedroom is what are your specific needs for the nightstand. Do you plan on using your nightstand for storage only? Do you need your nightstand to double as a vanity? Will you be storing things on top of your nightstand as well as in its drawers? These questions may not seem important now but when you start visiting furniture stores and you see a large variety of different types of nightstand you'll find it helpful to know exactly what you need in a nightstand so that you won't be overwhelmed by the many choices. Once you know exactly what you plan to use your nightstand for, you'll know the right direction to take when shopping for the perfect one.
If you want to brighten up a dark room, they can also do that for you too. Reflecting light of a mirrored surface and into a room is an easy way to make it seem more spacious and airy than it really is. It is also just a great way to keep it from being dark and gloomy. Since they also reflect images of whatever is near them many people use them to highlight other decorative pieces in the room. If you want to show off an antique vase, carpet, or ornamental plant you can use your nightstand to do so.
Small rooms often feel cramped and uncomfortable. With a mirror nightstand however, you can make it seem deeper and wider not only from the light it reflects but by creating an illusion. This is a trick used by many interior designers for small rooms. Mirrors naturally create an illusion of depth which tricks your eye and brain into thinking a room is larger than it is. If you don't want to knock down any walls to make a small room look bigger, the one or two of these nightstands can really do the trick.
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