Bedroom. Monday , March 27th , 2017 - 11:50:20 AM
The deal with fitted furniture is that you can use any (suitable) type of material to make it. So, though marble will be way too heavy for a wardrobe door, you get the drift, right? Use mirror, use wood, use glass, use stainless steel inlays, use whatever you think will establish your sense of style. Just ensure that your designer tells you how to maintain it too. Also, with fitted furniture, you can use high-quality hardware (from wood to hinges, nails, and locks), and supervise the workmanship for a solid final product.
What's the look you want to achieve? Do you wish to make the table the focal point of the room, or you wish to shift the focus away from the table? Depending on this, the table you choose will either blend seamlessly into the furnishing of the room or will end up making a bold statement. Tables placed on either side of the bed will render your room a smart and sophisticated appearance.
Bunk Beds: These are typical beds used for children. Structure is such that one or more bed frames are incorporated in a vertical manner. Floor space is thus saved by making use of bunk beds. Pillars used in supporting the bed and ladder to climb the upper bed frame are important features of bunk beds for kids. The bunk beds are also known as loft beds.
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