From modern to contemporary, minimalistic to rustic, there are all kinds of styles that lend themselves to creating a stylish bedroom that is relaxing and welcoming. In essence, you want your dressing table to support your chosen style, complementing it and not detracting from it. The Nilsson Rustica reclaimed wood dressing table fits perfectly in a space where you want a rustic feel and is the perfect bedroom partner to the Nilsson range of reclaimed wood beds. And finally, choosing the right dressing table is about choosing the right material. Historically, the dressing table has been made from wood, and wither painted, stained or varnished to give its final appeal. If you are looking for character, Scandinavian bedroom furniture, often made from reclaimed wood. Alternatively, you could let the beauty of the wood sing its own song such as with this Scandinavian styled oak dressing table.
You might want to look around the room at your other furniture and try to match the drawers as closely as possible to what you already have. Alternatively, you might decide on a completely different style as something of a statement piece. Some styles work really well regardless of what other furniture you have – these are usually the plain, simple designs that are neither overly modern nor particularly traditional. A great example is the Stockholm in dark coffee – a chest of three well-proportioned drawers which would look good in either a traditional or contemporary room. There are plenty of different materials to choose from and a few considerations that go beyond personal taste. First, if you're looking for a wooden chest of drawers, you have the choice of laminate or solid wood. Solid wood tends to be a little pricier but will naturally last you far longer.
If your closet is large enough and you'd like to free-up floor space, put your chest of drawers inside your walk-in closet. Doing this will let you add additional pieces of furniture, such as a writing desk, a seating group, or a big screen TV, to transform any bedroom into a luxury suite. Bedrooms used by a specific group of people have unique needs. Whether you're decorating a master bedroom, a guest room, or a room for children, the following sections provide you with the tips you need. Make sure you have a guest bed for occasional sleepovers. A trundle bed, which neatly stores a second bed beneath a regular one, is the ideal solution for children's rooms. Setting aside a room for guests makes their stay more comfortable not only for them, but also for you. You can furnish the guest room with a marvelous bed and all the necessary furnishings and forget about it. Check out the following suggestions for ways to make your guest room comfortable: Buy a handsome, space-saving daybed or sofa bed that fits smartly against the wall and out of the way. The versatility of these beds makes them a delightful option in a home office or other double-duty room. You may even consider installing a Murphy bed that hides away in a closet. Make sure that your guest has plenty of closet space. Dedicate two sets of sheets, a comforter, special pillows, a duvet cover, and pillow shams to your guest room.
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