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.
Even if you do not have space for a large walk-n closet, you can still usher in its exquisite charm with a large closet that stretches from one wall of the bedroom to the other. If you want even more closet space in the master bedroom, then even two whole walls can be turned into a series of shelves, cabinets and clever contraptions that create a stunning closet. Translucent glass doors can replace the more popular glass doors to ensure that even a cluttered closet that is a touch less organized remains hidden. And those looking to improve visual space in the modest bedroom can also turn to mirrored doors.
Combine a coupled of dashing floor lamps along with a small, round bedside table (which can also be used as an end table in the living room when needed) to move away from the more traditional design approach. Low-slung beds coupled with equally modest bedside tables are a great choice in bedrooms with low ceiling and in attic spaces. From nesting tables that never fail to bedframes that come with cool, attached nightstands there are innumerable innovative options to choose from.
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