Because modern bedroom sets and furnishings are not ornate, you can often mix and match them to create the look you want in your museum environment. One of the great things about modern furniture is that things that were just designed a year or two ago will still work with pieces that were created back in the 20's by the masters of the modernist movement.
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.
If you do not do this, then the entire money spent on the bed is wasted and it will look odd in the midst of ordinary furniture. Before going in and ordering such furniture (they are generally not readily available and are made and designed as per demand) you should also ensure that the craftsman designing your bed has the color scheme of your bedroom handy. This will make sure that the color of the bed matches the walls of your bedroom. There is one more thing you have to keep in mind. There are two different types of modern bedroom furniture. One of them that are comprised of sleek and straight lines with few curves and the other that is ornate.
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