The ability to place lamps, alarm clocks and other items that the child may need within a close proximity of their bed so that they are not stumbling around in the dark. Storage space for bedtime books, eyeglasses, collectibles and other items that you or your child do not want damaged or scattered around the home. A focal point for a bedroom that may seem otherwise boring in design or seem to lack visual appeal. Personal space for your child to utilize for their private items and valuable possessions without being left out in the open.
Dark coloured nightstands like black or walnut give a dark hue to the room while the one with light colours like oak, maple or cherry will add brightness to the room. It is a good idea to go for nightstands with rounded corners especially if you are selecting it for your kid's room. This may reduce the chance of injuries and accidents. Look for nightstands that are durable and have a sturdy make to prevent it from damage.
The usual furniture set-up in a bedroom is that there is one large bed in between the two small bedroom nightstands. For couples occupying the bed, each of them uses the bedside table on his or her side of the bed. As a matter of fact, the husband and the wife always stay on their chosen sides of the matrimonial bed. There is no argument on this usual practice although there is still a big debate as to who is the more insistent one in imposing the sleeping arrangement. Nightstands are usually the places where things are kept by the bed occupants before going to sleep and to be retrieved by them once they wake up.
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