By Pascaline Brassard. Dressers-and-Nightstands. Published at Thursday, May 03rd, 2018 - 09:50:51 AM.
Modern decor principles dictate that the bed size should be appropriate to the size of the bedside nightstand and usually lower than the bed. You can also choose from a wide variety of materials used such as oak, maple, cherry, teak, mahogany, and pine.
The emphasis for modern dressers is to de-clutter bedrooms and create a harmonious themed design scheme within the bedroom, and often, bedroom units, including the wardrobe, overhead cupboards, dressing table and dresser will be made with one design theme and one colour so that everything is colour co-ordinated. Many newer dressers for bedroom have more storage space than dressers of old.
If you're looking for the opulent feeling of a four poster, but don't have the budget, use a triple curtain rod and mount it on the wall behind the bed. On the top rod use a valance to match that used on the windows, on the next hang a pair of matching curtains and at the bottom level hang a contrasting fabric. Then, simply pull the curtain pair apart using tie backs at either side of the bed. The effect is luxurious, and as long as you are careful when you choose your drapes, it won't break the bank.
Even traditional brown cherry wood collections are available, giving you a classic look for your furniture. Using fluted posts and sides, you get affordable luxury with the look of brass pulls. Featuring a higher master dresser then other collections the mirror is also available and you can purchase the high chest to accent it as well. The drawers are stained so you can enjoy them for many years.
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