Bedroom. Sunday , September 24th , 2017 - 23:58:09 PM
A dresser is an elegant piece of furniture that primarily functions as a storage space in the master bedroom. A single dresser placed on the left side of the bed is the norm in master bedroom furniture. Depending on the overall theme of the bedroom, one can select anything from a modern to a Victorian-style dresser. Another important piece of master bedroom furniture is the chest. With the introduction of electronic appliances into the bedroom, the chest has evolved into a versatile storage area. Nightstands and mirrors complete the setting of a master bedroom. A master bedroom normally has a nightstand with one or two drawers. The nightstand is usually placed by the side of the bed. Mirrors are placed over the dresser, and a master bedroom may have one or two mirrors.
Another factor which has to be kept in mind is the height of the television, as people who watch television in their bedroom normally watch it while lying down. If the height of the TV is not correct, it could hamper your TV watching and give you a crick in the neck. However, the height of a bedroom TV stand is designed to enhance your viewing pleasure where you can watch TV comfortably while sitting-up or lying in bed.
Dressers. While dressers aren‘t really the top priority when it comes to picking out bedroom furniture, they can certainly do a lot in changing the atmosphere of the room. First of all, your dresser should be spacious enough to accommodate all your personal belongings. Don‘t choose a tiny dresser just because you like its design - it will only be covered up by a clutter of belongings that cannot fit in it anymore. The best part about dressers is they are fully customizable, giving you the opportunity to be creative, and at the same time, design your dresser to fit your own personal needs. You can even get a matching mirror along with it!
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