Whether you use a small table and only keep a clock and a lamp on it or pick one with several drawers and shelves and fill them up, having a nightstand will cut down on complication in your morning routine. If you have a large bedroom, you may even want to have two nightstands to fill the space.
Bedrooms cry out for full extravagant window treatments; decorative drapes and matching valance can be added to functional, blackout curtains, and should be full length if possible. If privacy is a problem a bottom layer of sheers is essential, but if not substitute a sheer balloon blind for a romantic look, a roman blind made of lace if you're looking for something ultra feminine, a plain roman blind for something more masculine or a full, swagged Austrian blind for total extravagance.
The first thing you need to decide when choosing a nightstand that works with your bedroom is what are your specific needs for the nightstand. Do you plan on using your nightstand for storage only? Do you need your nightstand to double as a vanity? Will you be storing things on top of your nightstand as well as in its drawers? These questions may not seem important now but when you start visiting furniture stores and you see a large variety of different types of nightstand you'll find it helpful to know exactly what you need in a nightstand so that you won't be overwhelmed by the many choices. Once you know exactly what you plan to use your nightstand for, you'll know the right direction to take when shopping for the perfect one.
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