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.
Perhaps more important, you can mix and match modern furniture sets with ease. A bed designed in the 1940s can fit perfectly with a set of nightstands conceived in the 1990s. Like works of fine art, these pieces found in modern bedroom sets have unique stories to tell. It's up to your own tastes of how cohesive or eclectic you want your bedroom to be.
The consistency of your decor aside, purchasing a bedroom set also has other benefits such as saving time, energy, and money. Imagine if you were shopping for bedroom furniture and could not, for the life of you, find a nightstand and bed that matches. Perhaps you would have to drive all over town, going from store to store looking for a nightstand to go with that bed, or a dresser to go with that armoire, etc. etc. Having a bedroom set available allows you to make one simple purchase, and get all the pieces you want without having to drive from store to store.
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