Another good reason to have a table at your bedside is to hold books. A set of decorative bookends makes an ideal accent for a nightstand and keeps bedtime reading close at hand. If this leaves little room on the surface for a bedside lamp, use wall mounted lighting with a shade which angles the light down and towards the reader.
There are some nightstands that do not have drawers but are wide open tables with a rack or two built underneath the solid table top. Nightstands of these types are usually metallic and designed for both aesthetic beauty and utility. Many prefer these types of nightstands as the items placed on them can be easily retrieved when they are needed by the user. The designs of the nightstands depend primarily on the appearance of the bed and the preferential habits of the user. For example, those who like to have late or midnight snacks should go for designs that use nightstands as coffee tables.
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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