By Alyson Negron. Modern Nightstand. Published at Thursday, February 15th, 2018 - 17:12:40 PM.
What, you say? How can modern bedroom sets be comfortable, especially when compared to the overstuffed, overwrought pieces that are advertised in every furniture circular these days? The answer is simple. As noted earlier, form follows function. For modern bedroom sets, the primary function is to promote a good night's sleep and to offer a retreat that is calming, peaceful and welcoming to the resident. Modern bedroom sets achieve this through minimalist design that puts human comfort above ornamentation.
Modern nightstands can easily be found nowadays. The smooth and dark color is usually the frequent features of modern nightstands. An aluminum lamp fits perfectly for this theme. Adding up a clear vase and flowers on top of the desk will compliment the modern mood well. Modern theme is great for technical gadgets too. These days, people are much inclined with the newest technology. An iPod dock with alarm clock is what we favour to place in our nightstands.
Basically, there are a lot of choices and they don't even stop there with modern bedroom furniture, because there are many different selections to choose from as well. Like, you can get bed frames, dressers that are both tall and skinny and long and wide, armoires, nightstands, entertainment centers, book shelves, hope chests, and many, many more options. What is great about all the selections is that it makes it easy to get exactly what you need to create a functional space. For example, maybe you need a lot of storage in your space, then a combination of furniture that would be good for you then would be maybe one or two dressers, a bed frame that has storage built into it, some nightstands, and an entertainment center that features drawers.
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.
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