Leiko Saki. Bedroom Nightstand. November 08th , 2017.
Keep privacy in mind. It's always nice when you can leave the bedroom door open without forsaking all of your privacy. The small foyer in this example provides separation from the family room. I always try to avoid designing a layout in which you look directly into the bedroom from a more public space, like a great room, kitchen or family room.
Vintage charm. If you can't pass up a flea market or "junktique" shop without running in, this look is for you. Collect what catches your eye and your heartstrings, without worrying whether the it will fit perfectly — after all, you can always paint it. Having one modern print in the mix, whether on cushions or a re-covered chair, is a great way to keep this look feeling fresh and current.
Ottomans can easily adapt to life as nightstands. They can be found upholstered, or in leather or wood. They also come in a variety of shapes: round, square, rectangle, octagon. Choose a piece that is about the same height as the top of your mattress, in a width suitable for the space next to your bed. With upholstered ottomans, you may want to place a tray or large book on top to create a flat surface for a lamp and other bedside items. Tip: Look for an ottoman with additional storage inside. Many have compartments specifically designed to store shoes — a bonus for shoe lovers.
Let's focus on pendant placement and style at the bedside, an important and often-overlooked space. Consider lighting up your bedside with a pendant-style fixture instead of a table lamp. It's a bit edgy, yet it's practical because of all the floor or table space it frees up.
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