ad collaborative post // Since one-third of our time is spent in the bedroom, it’s no wonder we put so much thought into its design. The bed is usually the first thought and where we concentrate most of our energy. Finding the perfect mattress and then decorating it with bedding and pillows so that it feels inviting is a priority.

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Next, we typically focus on our clothing storage. We buy dressers, shoe closets, armoires, and any other piece needed to store our garments.

And then, we’re done. Or are we?

The nightstand is often an overlooked piece of furniture that doesn’t get much attention. Whatever comes with the bedroom set is what we get. But is it what we need or want? In many instances, it’s not. We may need something wider or want something less ornate. That’s why it’s important to give the nightstand just as much thought as the other pieces.

Being able to reach over to our nightstand and grab what we need is a convenience many take for granted. Nightstands are an integral part of the bedroom’s design. Without them, you’d have to travel to a dresser or some other part of the room, and that means getting out of bed. So, when you’re shopping for a new bedside table, think about the different uses it will have in the room.

Nightstands are not furniture pieces you expect to spend a lot of money on, but that doesn’t mean it has to be of low quality. 1Stop Bedrooms is where to find cheap nightstands; click here for a variety of styles, shapes, and colors. Their special sales prices have a nightstand to fit every budget.

On top of the deep discounts, there are coupons available on the site for additional savings, along with a price match guarantee. Browse the nightstands for under $500, and you’ll see that quality and savings go hand in hand. A cheap nightstand doesn’t mean you’ll receive a poorly made piece of furniture.

Now that you’re ready to start shopping, it’s time to choose your style. If you’re unsure what that is or which style would work best with the other furniture, reach out to a design specialist for a free consultation. They will answer your questions and make recommendations that fit your tastes.

Take measurements so you can choose the right height for your nightstand. It should meet the top of your mattress to keep the flow of the space consistent. If you have a low platform bed frame, you will need low-profile nightstands. Taller ones throw off the space’s balance.

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Next, think about the size and whether storage compartments are needed. Some nightstands have a small table design, while others have shelves, drawers, and cabinets for storage. What are some of the items you keep near you while in bed? You’ll want enough storage and surface space to fit everything. If you watch TV in bed, the remote control should be nearby.

So why wait any longer?

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