By Roger Claudine. Bedroom. Published at Monday, April 02nd, 2018 - 04:32:19 AM.
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.
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.
Just because the rest of your bedroom’s furniture is in one material doesn’t necessarily mean your nightstands should follow suit. These mirrored cabinets complement the classic look of the bed and décor splendidly while ensuring a touch of shine.
Large pieces of furniture can make an already modest room feel even smaller, but in the case of built-in storage, a fantastic sense of perceived space can actually be created, when mirror wardrobe doors are chosen.
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