A bedroom closet is all about functionality over form with what you need in terms of storage taking precedence. Sure, a gorgeous floor-to-ceiling closet with ample space also needs to look great and blend in with the style of the bedroom, but it still is about practicality ahead of mere aesthetics. Dictated both by your wardrobe collection and also the size of the room, a delightful closet definitely completes your dream bedroom.
Sure, you want a fabulous nightstand that can hold your latest gadgets, provide some tabletop space for the lovely lamp and even tuck away some of the mess around your bed. But getting all that done on a budget is even more fun! A DIY box-style bedside table is easy to craft and you can use everything ranging from worn-out, vintage trunks and cinder blocks to a simple wooden crate and a few metallic beams. The idea is simple, does not take more than a weekend and you have a nightstand that is well and truly unique.
From space maximization, we move on to doubling the amount of bedside tabletop room and storage area with twin nightstands. The advantages here are obvious and even in a really small bedroom; the bedside table duo offers symmetry and sense of visual continuity. If you are planning on using two bedside table lamps in a small bedroom, then choosing identical nightstands is a smart option. In large rooms, a mismatched nightstand approach works perfectly well. No matter which route you take, make sure that you get the placement and proportion just right.
Much like the bibliophiles who needs plenty of space next to their bed (and then some more), there are many of us who simply cannot work with a tiny bedside table that offers limited surface space. The classic nightstand with a couple of drawers is still as cool as ever and many fabulous designs like the MEMO Night table from Baxter also bring along with them a dash of sculptural beauty. Be it the round nightstand, a mirrored beauty with plenty of glam, one that is draped in golden glitz or mismatched nightstands for the couple who have different needs – the bedside table you pick is determined as much by the style of the bedroom as it is by functionality.
Those still fixated on keeping the bed away from the corner, can still make the look work in a small bedroom by using matching bedside tables, or floating nightstands that free up foot space. A bed with low frame and headboard that reaches all the way up to the ceiling also creates a sense of spaciousness even while staying at the heart of the bedroom.
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