Esmeraude Viguier. Bedroom Design. November 13th , 2017.
Much like the bibliophiles who needs plenty of space next to their bed (and then some more), there are many of us who simply cannot work with a tiny bedside table that offers limited surface space. The classic nightstand with a couple of drawers is still as cool as ever and many fabulous designs like the MEMO Night table from Baxter also bring along with them a dash of sculptural beauty. Be it the round nightstand, a mirrored beauty with plenty of glam, one that is draped in golden glitz or mismatched nightstands for the couple who have different needs – the bedside table you pick is determined as much by the style of the bedroom as it is by functionality.
Of all the spaces in your home, the bedroom is undoubtedly the one place where you can fully and freely be yourself without any inhibitions. It is a safe and comfortable haven and the perfect bedroom is all about finding what works for you best. Beyond the obvious like a cozy bed and a lovely color scheme, there are little details that make your bedroom a lot more pleasant and functional. A smart nightstand is definitely on the top of this list. Beside tables come in a wide range of forms and the more minimal nightstands tend to cut back on excesses even while saving space.
Simple in its form and efficient to the core, Pass from Jesse is ideal for those who want a space-savvy walk-in closet that is easy on the eyes. With a bronze-painted aluminum frame, the design of Pass allows it to be used as a self-supporting structure that can be incorporated into your existing master bedroom. With a multitude of wooden shelves, custom cabinets and coat racks, you can combine more than one unit to create a more extensive walk-in closet that caters to your specific needs. With a dark finish and unique appeal, Pass fits in with a wide array of styles ranging from contemporary to industrial.
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.
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