Published at Saturday, May 05th, 2018 - 00:18:03 AM. Dressers-and-Nightstands. By Emeline Suchet.
Use plastic, mesh, or linen bins to contain smaller articles such as socks, underwear, and scarfs. Measure each drawer and buy dividers to keep larger items separated. Each individual drawer can be sectioned off into two to four areas. This is where you can place everything else. Sort articles of clothing by either style or color, and place them in the separate areas. You can also make one section for dressier pieces and the other for casual items.
Another place to measure is the height of the bed. This is necessary so that you can be sure not to get nightstands that are either too tall or too short with your bed. The ideal height of nightstands is the same as the height of the bed or perhaps a couple of inches shorter. Any taller or shorter than these guidelines and it just won't seem right with the bed. Also remember to measure how far the nightstands will stick out from the wall. If having enough space to walk next to the bed is an issue, then this will be a very important measurement as well.
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