Bedroom. Thursday , November 09th , 2017 - 07:52:56 AM
It would be safe to assume that the audacious Glitter nightstand is the younger sibling of the more expansive Queen 2. The two pieces share quite a few similar traits, and the only distinguishing factors are the sleek legs that replace the sturdy cabinets of Queen 2. If you are not a fan of the mirrored look, there is also a posh leather-covered version of this bedside table.
We always wish we had more space to work with when decorating our home or planning for a new one. For some reason, as a race we seem to be constantly short of both space and time! That aside, it does help when you can bring in décor that cuts back on the used square footage, multitasks or even disappears into the walls when not needed. In case of the bedroom it is often Murphy beds, loft beds and sliding closet doors that enhance its ergonomics and save space. But every little detail from the arrangement of the bed to lighting can turn that small bedroom into a seemingly spacious setting.
Not a fan of the walk-in closet? Maybe you just do not have the space or the budgets to spare for one. There are plenty of other alternatives, and ingenious designers are constantly coming up with custom units that can fit into the smallest of bedrooms. These standalone pieces open up and expand to offer ample storage space when neede, and they can fold away to occupy minimal foot space. If even this seems like an extravagance, then there is always the option of a traditional closet that makes the most of the vertical room on offer.
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