Nightstands are usually one of the most underappreciated part of any bedroom interior design. Most homeowners only look at the style and build of the bed, not paying much attention to what kind of a nightstand may complement it. So today, we’ll be sharing 5 unique nightstand designs you can use for inspiration while remodeling your bedrooms! Let’s take a look:
1. The inbuilt kind
The thing is, you don’t always have to buy separate nightstands to match your bed. You can simply go for a customized inbuilt design to match the style and dimensions of your bed. Take a look at this image – the nightstands have been built inside the wardrobe. They retain their individuality and function while still providing an overall, wholesome aesthetic for the bedroom.
2. Single side nightstands
Contrary to popular belief you don’t have to actually have two nightstands on either side of a bed for your bedroom to be complete. Improvising is part of the design, and if the space or layout calls for a single nightstand then who are we to argue? This is why if your bed is set up flush against the wall, it’s best to have a single nightstand on the open side.
3. The bottom X
Nightstands with foldable bottoms are quite trendy these days. You can easily pick them up and set them somewhere else. So if you want a flexible and modular nightstand design, this type is the best one you can opt for. The single drawer nightstand with the foldable bottom in this image is a great example of such a design.
4. Platform doubles
Low-height nightstands are another trendy design feature. These go really well with platform beds which are also low-height in design. A combination of both these furnishings can truly set your bedroom apart. The two-drawer wooden trimmed low-height nightstands in this image are a great example of this particular style and how to use it in bedroom interior designs.
5. Suspended nightstands
Suspended nightstands are usually built in on the headboard of a bed, which is extended on either side of accommodate the carpentry of such a design. The height of these nightstands usually corresponds with the top of the mattress, and they look incredibly stylish in any setting.