Dyann Bertin Bedrooms November 08, 2017 17:06:58
Most people are not aware about the use of headboards. But once you realize that and see how cool they are you’ll realize that they actually add to your bedroom’s overall appearance. Most often they are elegant and are easy to clean. With its simple and casual look these diamond tufted headboards are a perfect match for any bedroom as the unique colors and versatile design match with most bed designs.
These fabulous bedside units can be used in a variety of ways to make sure that they fit the specific floor plan of your existing bedrooms. Available in Matt lacquer or Tobacco Oak wood finishes you can combine as many individual units as you choose to create larger storage cabinets for the bedroom. While the simple and elegant 2-drawer unit is great for those who want to use Alter as a minimal and functional nightstand multiple drawer units such as the Alter 6 drawer tallboy can be combined with your wardrobe or design space to fulfill your growing storage needs.
Combine a coupled of dashing floor lamps along with a small round bedside table (which can also be used as an end table in the living room when needed) to move away from the more traditional design approach. Low-slung beds coupled with equally modest bedside tables are a great choice in bedrooms with low ceiling and in attic spaces. From nesting tables that never fail to bedframes that come with cool attached nightstands there are innumerable innovative options to choose from.
Remember though that the attempt here is to pick and choose décor that complements the headboard. These furnishings should not overpower the image of the exquisite live-edge headboard and take away from its mesmerizing presence. If you have a bed frame that is entirely crafted from raw natural wood then let it shine through as well by keeping the bedding as simple and neutral as possible.
Suspended furniture is always a viable solution. The functionality of mini-shelves hanging on the wall is undeniable they can serve for books and for cosmetics documents or other decorative objects. One last thing you should consider. The space under the bed shouldn’t be overlooked. There’s where you can “hide” boxes of all sorts and baskets with lots of things inside.
A first idea would be that you can replace the classic nightstands with shelves thus capitalizing on height space. You can custom build them so that the lower part takes over the role and appearance of what they replace. And now you will need a closet. One that is as big as possible so that you don’t lose any wall surface. But it’s not that easy. Given your room’s form you may not have an entire wall for that wardrobe. That’s why you should consider having the drawer in front of the bed (unlike the usual — sideways). You can even fit in your TV set. If that’s not an option as well how about a TV stand with drawers? It’s probably the best solution.