Bedroom nightstands double as great end tables in your living room or den. At just the right height to reach from the couch, nightstands disguise themselves perfectly as end tables. With drawers and small shelves, a nightstand offers more storage space than the average end table. Though in individual cases it depends on the style of nightstand and your decorating style, if you are relaxed about how you decorate, throwing in a random nightstand will fit in perfectly while giving you extra table space.
Most of these tables are made of wood since a lot of them have drawers where one can temporarily store and keep within easy reach items like socks, wallets, cell phones, medicine bottles, books, alarm clock, and other things that one might need during the night, before going to sleep or after waking up. The best place to put the slippers is always under the bed but some prefer to keep them under nightstands where they are easier to locate.
The very first thing that should be taken into consideration when looking at nightstands is the size. The most important measurement will be across the top your nightstands. Just remember to account for two of them if you intend to have one at both sides of the bed. Many people measure the space and then forget that they need the same amount of space available on both sides of the bed, so remember to measure the space and make sure that it is open on both sides of the bed.
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