Lindsey Pierce. Nightstand. March 01st , 2018.
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.
Another thing to consider when choosing the right nightstand for your bedroom is what style nightstand will fit in with the room. The answer to that question lies within the overall decor of your bedroom. What is the overall theme of your bedroom? You want to choose a nightstand that will fit in with your bedroom's theme. For example, is your bedroom styled in a classic, traditional theme? If so you may want to go with a nightstand in a more traditional wood finish like cherry wood or mahogany. This type nightstand will easily fit in with a traditional style. Or does your bedroom have more of a modern, contemporary look? If this is the case then you want to go with a nightstand that will reflect that look. You don't want a nightstand that overpowers the room. After all a nightstand should not be the focal point of your room. It's there mainly for storage so it should blend in with the rest of the furniture in your bedroom. You want your bedroom furniture to look like a cohesive set. Therefore it's important to choose a nightstand that doesn't stick out.
There are some nightstands that do not have drawers but are wide open tables with a rack or two built underneath the solid table top. Nightstands of these types are usually metallic and designed for both aesthetic beauty and utility. Many prefer these types of nightstands as the items placed on them can be easily retrieved when they are needed by the user. The designs of the nightstands depend primarily on the appearance of the bed and the preferential habits of the user. For example, those who like to have late or midnight snacks should go for designs that use nightstands as coffee tables.
Today's bed stands can hold a lot more in the bedroom as well. Ones with space at the bottom can hold books, drawers can be filled up with bed essentials such as lotions, medicines, music players and phones. Iron bed tables can even have things, such as necklaces, hooked on them ready for the morning. Stands with several drawers are good for those who prefer to hide their things while stands with open shelving are perfect for displaying treasures. Lastly, nightstands do not have to match each other. As long as they look good together everything works.
If your nightstands are sturdy and at the same height, pushing two or three together and covering them with pillows makes for quirky, unexpected extra seating. This "Do It Yourself" bench is also a great way to make an instant window seat.
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