By Josse Alexandrie. Bedroom. Published at Friday, January 05th, 2018 - 21:14:52 PM.
Who knew a few vintage suitcases stacked atop one another could make such a spectacular bedside table? The great thing about trying this at home is that the height can be varied by adding or subtracting pieces, and the luggage can also double as storage for infrequently used items.
The bed is the central feature of a bedroom, but in the absence of a headboard, you can use bedside tables to frame it. To do this, opt for an arrangement of small artworks above the table to create a focal point, effectively framing the bed. This decorating trick also works well where there is only enough space for a small bedside table or two, or a large bedroom with minimal furniture.
What we particularly love about this picture is that a dividing wall has been turned into a suitable clothing storage area, as well as adding in a beautiful accent colour that adds so much dynamic design flair to the room as a whole. From the bed side of the space, no clothing can be seen, but spin around to the reverse and there's a shelf or rail for absolutely everything. So stylish and modern, this is a great option for anyone that thinks built-in wardrobes are a little old fashioned.
However, far too many people worldwide see this furniture piece as nothing more than a simple landing pad; a place of rest for a night lamp, a book or two, and clock/cellular phone, etc. Why is this such an interior design sin? Because they don’t seem to realise that a bedside table, in addition to helping with storage, has the power to introduce a world of style into even the most boring bedroom.
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