By Frank Rochette. Dressers-and-Nightstands. Published at Saturday, December 09th, 2017 - 12:02:13 PM.
This may seem a little strange, but many decorators find that choosing the night stands first is the best way to design a bedroom. Clients are often vague about the sort of bed they'd like, and may even seem somehow shy about admitting what sort of bedroom furniture they're looking for. There are so many possible styles to choose from, the easiest way to narrow it down is to look at different styles of nightstand. This can then be used to determine the look of the room.
Another good reason to have a table at your bedside is to hold books. A set of decorative bookends makes an ideal accent for a nightstand and keeps bedtime reading close at hand. If this leaves little room on the surface for a bedside lamp, use wall mounted lighting with a shade which angles the light down and towards the reader.
1. First we should take the whole thing out of our dresser. Clean the stuffs and the surface of the dresser, from the interior to its exterior.
Use a shallow top drawer for all of the other items that were on top. This is where you would keep the receipts, nail polishes, lotions, and sunglasses. Purchase a clear Lucite organizing bin with several different shaped compartments for these things so they are not rolling around freely within the drawer.
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