Ideas Decorating Bassett Nightstand

Nov 5th

Bassett nightstand are often one of the most utilitarian pieces of furniture in a room, which is especially true if you get a bedroom set in which the bed, a dresser and bedside tables all match. Bedside tables are convenient to achieve a uniform appearance, but they do not add much personality to the space. Fortunately, you can spice up the look of the bedside tables without breaking the bank and adding a little pizzaz to your room in the process. Use a sheet or a sample of brightly colored cloth to decorate your night table. Experiment with draping in a simple way, or tacks used to create skirting of pleats at the edges.

Bassett Brentwood Nightstand

Use a cloth with the same pattern as a tapestry, cover or comfortable pillowcase and create a motif. If you get tired of the model or the color you choose, you can simply update with a new fabric. Painting works well for a simple wooden bassett nightstand. Bedside tables in thrift stores work well for a painting project since the painting is usually inexpensive and the odds tables need to be updated anyway. Match the paint on your walls or castings, or choose a vibrant tone to add a splash of color to your room. Be creative with polka dots, or use masking tape to add colored stripes and even.

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Decoupage is an art form of collage that works well in furniture. Cut out pictures from magazines, newspapers or old books, and place them on your bassett nightstand. You can also use photographs of family and friends. Paste the images on your site, and brush them over with a lacquer. Allow to dry properly before putting anything on the table. If the lacquer does not dry completely, it will be sticky to the touch. If you are decorating a bedside table for a child’s room, you can involve the child in the process, asking them to help you select images for your design.