If your nightstands are sturdy and at the same height, pushing two or three together and covering them with pillows makes for quirky, unexpected extra seating. This "Do It Yourself" bench is also a great way to make an instant window seat.
Another great thing about nightstands today is that they do not have to be next to the bed. Because they are available in so many styles and colors they look attractive in any room of the house as well as out on the porch filled with plants. One in the bathroom might hold soaps and towels, one in the living room can hold magazines and remote controls, one in the kitchen can be a tea-stand and one in the entryway can hold a basket items such as keys.
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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