By Ruth Alaniz. Modern Nightstand. Published at Saturday, February 03rd, 2018 - 22:19:11 PM.
The color or finish of the bedside table should also complement the decor and color scheme of your room for balance. But who can stop you from choosing an entirely different table? In the past, the bedside nightstand was usually made of pine wood, as it was the most available material but today, there are virtually thousands of bedside tables ranging from antique, Victorian, classic, contemporary, French styles and some even have metal decorations and mirrors. The people may have forgotten its cultural or historical value, but the table remain important and a useful addition to any bedroom.
As such, these pieces are amazingly well designed and built with you in mind. They are also built to last. Thanks in part to their superior design, excellent craftsmanship and innovative use of materials, modern bedroom sets continue to look fashionable for decades.
As with all and any interior design project it is a good idea to make a rough sketchy plan of the area you want to furnish, in this case your bedroom and try as hard as you can to get a representative scale of the plan. A good guide here is to measure the room in feet and inches and then use a scale of one foot to one inch on the plan. Don't worry too much about the fractions though.
Any home, or a bedroom perhaps have one or two bedside nightstand to keep your essentials at night like the alarm clock, a music box, some books, glasses, some medicines, a laptop or even pictures of your loved ones. Some would think a bedside table is just a piece of furniture to put things on it, and some did not think about its significance, and even the historical value of this loved furniture.
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