Mounted on a swivel base, the tool chest pictured reaches the desired height (in relation to the bed) and offers convenient portability. Thrift stores (and Grandma’s attic) are chockablock with vintage suitcases. Stacked on top of one another, two or three can serve as an offbeat, eye-catching, yet perfectly functional DIY nightstand. If you want, lay a cut-to-size pane of glass—or even a mirror—on top of the uppermost case for a smooth, easily cleaned surface. Nightstands are important: They are one of the last things we see before we go to bed and one of the first things we see when waking up.
Before you can purchase the right nightstand for your bedroom you have to decide on the specific needs for the nightstand. Exactly what will you be using your nightstand for? All night stands are handy when it comes to extra storage but they can also be helpful in many other different ways.
A nightstand serves as a multipurpose utility furniture item for your bedroom. On the top of it, you can place a night lamp and table clock and in the drawers, you can keep your necessary medicines, nightwear clothing and other accessories.
Time is what you make of it and everyone is trying to get the most out of it. This is a wonderful concept to be applied to your quiet time. More often than not people gravitate toward their bedrooms to realign themselves with the world. If your environment is nourishing a great deal of important decisions can be made. Your quiet area should serve you and make resting easy.