Aside from unity in theme, getting bedroom furniture by set is also very practical. Imagine the time, energy and cost you can save. What happens when, after buying a bed, you just can't find the right nightstand to match it? You'll probably comb through all furniture shops in town and online to get that sought after match. You'll be driving around and that is definitely going to take time and money on gas, two things you're probably better off saving these days.
When you have a bedroom set, it's also easier to make it match your walls, fixtures and other things that may become inevitable elements of your bedroom design. That's because this set could now be taken as one single piece, therefore, it would be easier to match color, consistency and texture with those of your walls or even with that antique clock that you inherited from your grandmother. Sets are basically flexible unlike individual pieces which may go together but will still breathe their individual identities having been separately and independently crafted by their creators.
While many styles of furnishing come and go, modern bedroom sets have been a classic part of American homes for almost a century. Since the likes of modernist designers such as Mies Van der Rohe and Le Corbusier created their first signature pieces at the dawn of the Modernist movement, the clean lines of modern bedroom sets have been much appreciated by interior designers and forward-thinking homeowners alike.
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