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A mounted shelf offers just enough room for a light, alarm and a slim piece of art.
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A great alternative to a standard bedside lamp is a lamp with a swing arm, which is adjustable for any bed or person’s height.
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8. Mixing and matching. Add texture and interest with mismatched-but-coordinated pillow cases. Stripes, a bold graphic, a small pattern and a solid will always work well together in the right color combination. Mix scales to be sure there’s enough difference between the patterns, and enjoy.An interior decorator can help take the guesswork out of your bed design
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This upholstered headboard is soft, yet has clean lines. Its stepped silhouette is enhanced by an inset of upholstery nails. You can choose from a range of metallic finishes for this accent.
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Have a headboard that could use a punch? Consider following its natural line with nailhead detailing for dimension and interest.
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Consider a wall-mounted table for the tiniest of spaces. There's just enough room for an adjustable lamp, art and an alarm clock.
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BedroomWhat to do when your bedroom barely fits your bed, let alone a full bedside table (never mind both sides ...)? End your frustration by choosing hardworking accessories that don't take up floor space, such as swing-arm lamps, sconces and pendant lights, and use a niche or floating shelf for your things.Get the guide: Make the Most of Your Bedside Space