Oak - Kids' Bedroom Sets
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Keeping your jewelry safe and in good condition requires quality jewelry storage. Jewelry boxes feature a variety of designs; some are dainty keepsake boxes and some jewelry armoires are as large as your bedroom furniture. What type of jewelry case or jewelry organizer is right for you? It depends on the size of your jewelry collection and what kind of jewelry storage needs you have. A jewelry armoire is ideal for keeping a group of chains tangle-free, but a small jewelry box or chest can adequately store a large group of rings. As you update and expand your jewelry collection, you'll want to update your jewelry organizer system to match. Jewelry cases feature a variety of styles. Many are beautiful furniture accessories made of oak, rosewood and other fine woods and inlaid with mahogany or mother of pearl. Others have the classic travel-case design, with a carrying handle and leather or fabric exteriors. Use this guide to choose a jewelry box for your collection.
For hundreds of years, armoires have been a popular piece of bedroom furniture for their distinguished French style, sturdy construction and flexible use. Armoires continue to gain popularity and have moved steadily from the bedroom into every room in the house as TV armoires, computer armoires and jewelry armoires. How did this all start? Take a look on how this ever popular and beautiful piece of furniture got its start and developed into the modern armoire.
A bed is one of the most personal and frequently used pieces of furniture in the home. Since you'll spend almost one-third of your life in a bed, it's important to choose one that will provide you with the most comfortable and restful night's sleep. With the many different types of beds available on the market today, what type, size and style of bed should you choose? Before making a decision, take a look below to learn answers to some of the most frequently asked questions about beds.
You don't have too much stuff; it just needs a little organizing, and that's where storage bins come in. Storage bins help protect belongings from wear and tear and keep your clothes, shoes, magazine, tools -- anything -- organized and easy to find. Also, storage bins and other storage containers come in a wide variety of shapes, sizes and materials, so you can find a storage solution for any item you own and any room in your house. If you're still not sure how storage containers can make your life easier, keep reading. We've compiled a list of five places where storage bins can make your life easier.
To create a balanced atmosphere in your bedroom, finding the right nightstand is essential. A nightstand is an end table for the bedroom. In almost every case, it stands beside your bed as a useful space for storing and displaying the things any good end table might: a table lamp, an alarm clock, a book or magazine, a pair of glasses, a small plant, a drinking glass, a framed picture. All night stands are built with your basic bedside requirements in mind, but there are important distinctions in nightstand utility and style. Luckily, this nightstand buying guide gives you all the information you need to determine how to buy a nightstand that brings you closer to the bedroom of your dreams.
If you thought all platform beds were contemporary, then it's time to take another look. While many platform beds share a similar style, several designs are actually available. They all share one main feature: The mattress sits on a flat platform, made of either slats or a solid surface. There's no need for a box spring, making platform beds especially suited for use with a memory foam mattresses. With all of the platform bed styles available, you'll be able to find one that's perfect for your bedroom.
As the largest pieces of living room furniture, your sofa and loveseat will influence the the decor of an entire room. However, with all of the types of sofas available, basing your choice solely on looks will only get you so far. Here's what to look for when you are sofa shopping, so you can choose one that is beautiful and functional.
When you're shopping for a new bed, you'll see many styles of platform beds for sale. If you're used to sleeping on a bed with a box spring, then you may want to learn more about platform beds. These facts should help you understand them better, so you can feel confident about your purchase.
Usually, a coffee table is the center point of a sitting area. This area might be a small, cozy place with a sofa and a couple of chairs, a medium-sized family room that needs to be inviting for kids and their friends or an elegant living room designed for entertaining guests. You'll want to keep several considerations in mind when choosing your coffee table, including size, material, style and function. Taking a little time to prepare for the purchase can help you find a great addition to your existing furniture.
Preparing and serving home-cooked meals is an incomparable joy, especially when it all goes smoothly. The secret to ensuring a smooth, effortless meal is adequate space -- storage space for dishes and utensils and space to serve the entrees. That's why buffets make such popular pieces of dining room furniture. And thanks to their size, shape and storage utility, buffets are also versatile accent tables that are useful just about anywhere. Vocabulary might have something to do with the reason buffet tables aren't put to more use outside the dining room, but this dining room furniture can be used in many different ways throughout your home. Consider these tips when buying and using buffet tables and other dining room tables.
Lately, television consoles, stands and storage racks have been exhibiting updated designs, sporting storage for your media essentials in models that are tastefully coordinated to the rest of your living room furniture. Compact TV stands and corner TV stands are convenient in smaller apartments, dorm rooms and offices, but even large homes can benefit from the clean look and discreet presence of a television stand. As more people upgrade to lean flat-panel televisions, they are seeing that the smaller size of a TV stand is all they need. The furniture industry usually reserves the term "entertainment center" for the largest TV furniture, big enough for the television, a cadre of audio or video components and a full CD-DVD collection. TV stands tend to be smaller than full entertainment centers while still having enough shelves for a few components and some media storage. For smaller homes or for smaller rooms in larger homes a stand may be all the TV furniture you need.