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Nothing pulls together a perfect sleeping area quite like a chic nightstand. However, if you have a small bedroom, finding space for one may prove difficult. This roundup of 19 clever nightstand ideas will give you plenty of inspiration for configuring your own bedside space, no matter how limited you are in square footage.
A narrow bedroom can be difficult to work with as this space traditionally calls for multiple pieces of furniture. Or difficult design-wise as extra-long walls on two sides can feel endless and may lack visual interest. The good news is, we've rounded 6 ways to make the most of an oddly shaped, small bedroom.
You’ve done it, tiger. You invited your date back to your place — what now? I spoke with Ariella Serur, a dating coach specializing in queer relationships, about how to stay in the moment and enjoy your time together. Whether you practice polyamory and live with a partner, or this is the first time you’ve brought a date home in years, keep reading for eight easy ways to prep your home for your first sleepover together.
Recently, I asked a handful of interior designers about the pieces people just don’t need in their bedrooms, and one answer bubbled to the forefront time and time again. “A TV is definitely not needed in the bedroom,” designer Leah Alexander says, and her surveyed designer peers definitely agree.
Pink has been a popular home color for years, but only recently has it become a popular color for bedrooms. While blue bedrooms get all the credit for inspiring better sleep, pink bedrooms have historically had strong youthful and nursery-like connotations. Now, we know that even an adult bedroom can be totally chic with the addition of pink elements.
But there’s no reason to worry if this sounds familiar: Books can be stored almost anywhere and showcased in the most unusual spaces and imaginative ways. Whether that’s placing a shelf in an unexpected spot or designing the most impressive stack right on the floor, there’s no shortage of options, including your bedroom.
Picture this: you’re famished, in line at your Favorite Burrito Chain. You watch longingly as the chef layers cilantro rice, pinto beans, fajitas, carnitas, and salsa verde onto your lunch burrito. You’ve worked hard today, answering multiple (yes, multiple!) emails, staying hydrated, putting on a nice shirt for your virtual 9 a.m. all-hands. You’ve earned this.
The bedroom is supposed to be a space dedicated to sleep, rest, and relaxation. In theory, having a peaceful retreat sounds fantastic, but recently, I’ve started noticing that I often feel stressed in my bedroom. Although I’ve invested in a quality mattress and have tried to create a calming environment, issues like clutter and constant proximity to my work-from-home setup have prevented me from feeling relaxed.