The origin of the nightstand is sadly unromantic. In the days before indoor toilet facilities, many households had cabinets beside the bed to enclose a chamber pot for use during the night, hence original night stands all feature a cupboard. Modern night stands, in contrast, may consist of drawers, shelves, or simply a surface designed to hold a clock, bedside lamp and glass of water.
With the design of the nightstands decided, all that remains is to choose the other furnishings. If a television and DVD or blue-ray player are required, this can be handled by a media armoire opposite the bed or, more conveniently, by running cables from a bedside unit, under the floor covering to a wall mounted flat screen TV. Another solution would be install a television in a unit at the end of the bed and have it lift into place at the touch of a remote control. This is ideal in larger bedrooms, leaving the wall opposite the bed free for a romantic fireplace.
Iron nightstands can fit many different home décors from country to modern and everything in between. This is because iron stands can appear graceful, sleek, romantic and funky to name just a few of iron's attributes. Iron bed tables can be all iron, some are made with wood or wicker, some are constructed with glass shelves and some are even inlaid with materials such as ceramic and stone. Another feature that makes iron work in so many environments is the color of the iron which can be any color. For instance, white iron with graceful curves for shabby-chic, brown iron with iron slats for Mission and anything from black to cherry red for Modern.
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