Published at Thursday, February 15th, 2018 - 21:29:35 PM. . By Azariah Sisk.
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.
Measure the room -walls, floor space, windows, furniture. Draw a scale diagram of the room and then draw in where the furniture will go. This will save time and frustration trying to put a large, heavy piece where it won't fit. If you haven't already done this, remove all the pictures and art objects from the walls and flat surfaces. Whatever color the walls may be painted currently, consider painting them all white, off-white or a neutral tone such as beige, cream or light tan. Plan to hang only one piece of art per wall as a focal point.
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