Wonderful Ideas Nightstand Decor
Nightstand decor – While a bedside table provides a practical addition to the table as the bedroom, buying one designed to go with the bedroom furniture may not be an option. Instead of looking for a perfectly matching piece of furniture, make your own bedside table by reassigning other items that are approximately the same height as the top of your mattress. Choose objects that match the style of the room as a whole, or paint the pieces to blend in with the bedroom decor.
A sturdy plant stand with a wide lid offers enough space to store a glass of water or a table lamp and a favorite book to read before bed. Choose a clean plant stand that is hard to touch, such as a four-legged wire base stand, to avoid an unpleasant surprise when you get on at night. Select a stand with a lid that resembles the height of the bed to reach and grasp less clumsy. An urn pot or tall plant with a glass top becomes a bedside table with little effort. Place a few weights on the bottom of the pot to prevent the configuration from tipping over. If you do not have a hand glass table, flip the urn or container and use it upside down instead, as long as the bottom surface is flat.
A night table accessory of your personal interests adds an eclectic look to the decor of the room. If you like to travel or vintage items, a stack of vintage hard leather suitcases doubles as a bedside table with plenty of interior storage. Attach the top of one case to the bottom of another, if desired, with hot glue or hook and loop strips, either that can be removed, but keep that constant cases. An old flattened trip can be used instead of several suitcases. If live music or playing in bands is your passion, a case of the small road usually used for cables and equipment of the house band serves as a durable night stand – bonus points for a stenciled band name on the case. If the case has wheels or wheels, fix them with coasters under each wheel,
Furniture designed to sit, such as a short bench or storage ottoman that has an internal tray, doubles as a bedside table in a pinch. If you use an ottoman for storage, peel off the top comfortable tray at the top of the bedside table. Stash extra blankets or pillows inside the ottoman. Cheap tables, like the kind with a round lid and three removable legs, turn into bedside tables simply by covering them with a decorative cloth lining the room decoration: indigo cloth or sari for a room decked out in shades jewel, for example.