You come home after a long day's work and flop in your bed for a little R n R. Sounds like heaven, right? However, as you fall into your bed you look to your left and something catches your eye. You realized that your dresser just doesn't match up with the nightstand that you picked up over the weekend. And now going through your wallet, hoping you still have your receipt to make a return or exchange.
A bed is basically used for sleeping and sometimes for relaxing, working, exercising and reading. There are many styles and types of bedroom sets available. If you plan on buying one -- do your homework.
Sure you may think there is nothing wrong with an eclectic look, but a complete matching bedroom set will really bring your room together and give it a designer look. From Japanese to Swedish, modern design comes in all flavors so don't think your choice will be limited. And with internet shopping as an option you'll easily be able to find a set that speaks to you, that you love.
A bed must have a nightstand. It provides the table for a lamp shade or for lighting. You can have one or two nightstands. It will be best to have two nightstands, one each for the right and left side of the bed. A nightstand has drawers for your additional storage.
What's even better, it's so easy to mix the old with the new. For instance, some of the most recognizable pieces in modern bedroom sets, such as the Barcelona Daybed or the Villagio Bed, owe their design DNA to the masters of the late 1920s. More than 70 years have passed since these modern bedroom sets were first designed; yet they still look as fresh today as they did back them.
Hit Thumbnails to Open Galleries of Red Armoire Wardrobe Below
Hit One of The Thumbnails Below to Get More Bedroom Set Ideas