Tables are handy furniture that acts as a landing spot for water, reading glasses, books, and any essential items you require before switching off your bedroom lights. Not every space is suitable for traditional nightstands. You may not have adequate space for a bedside table and a dresser. Maybe a storage ottoman is the only furniture piece that fits in your small space, or maybe you are looking for a unique design that will spice things up. Fortunately, there are pieces of furniture with flat surfaces that can be used as customized workbench tables. Continue reading and find an alternative that is ideal for your space.
If you have an old trunk or several vintage suitcases that you are not using, you can use them as adjustable workbenches. You have to ensure that they have some weight not to topple when you place items on top. You can fill them up with your out-of-season decor or clothes to keep them stable.
Ideally, they are for keeping your clothes, piling your make-up and skincare essentials, and that place where you sit as you get ready. A dresser can be converted to a bedside table and can work for any bedroom of any size. If you have smaller spaces, you may benefit more from using the dresser. Typically dressers are taller than regular nightstands, so ensure you get precise measurements so that the height is right for your bed. A few inches above your mattress is a good size.
Tree trunk tables
To give your bedroom that indoors nature feel, you can go for a tree trunk table or even a faux bois type to replace a classic nightstand. You can choose a lower-slung design, but you may need a taller table lamp to ensure that you can get more reading light. Tree trunks can be made from reclaimed and authentic wood to give it that old rustic feel.
Most desks have the same height to function like bedside tables and can work as double-duty pieces of furniture. Meaning you can use it as a working space or as a bedside table. The large surface area allows you to spread out, and most desks come with drawer space. Ergonomic assembly desks that have drawer options are a good option for children’s rooms if they cannot accommodate a spot for homework and assignments.
You can take it from the living space and into the bedroom, exchanging glassware and drinks for lamps, baskets, a stack of books, or anything you want to keep close. Since they have two levels, they make a roomier and practice nightstand. It can also serve as assembly tables.
It is the feminine alternative to a nightstand. You can also store smaller items underneath the skirt and tuck them out of sight. Skirted tables come in several designs and can be custom-made to fit a table that you already own. That old round table that you do not know can customize to technical assembly desks and tables, allowing you to store more items and use it as a nightstand.
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