Relevant categories: Cabinets and Chests
(Above photo - Empire Bedside Cabinets - French Bedroom Chests Parquetry Inlay )
French bedside chests are almost similar to the side tables. The only difference is that the bedside chest has one or more drawers, which can act as storage space for various small items in the home. But that is if you decide to go into details. When viewed superficially, a bedside chest is not different from a night table, bedside table or nightstand.
While French bedside chests were made using different designs, they served the same purpose. It is a small table with at least one shelf and draws. Some even have a small door in front. They are perfect decorative pieces of furniture, given that some have gold embellishments. If you find one today, you may want to use it for any or all of the following.
1. Holding Books and Electronics
(Above photo - Pair French Empire Bombe Commodes Bedside Chests )
Fond of reading books before going to sleep? Perhaps you can’t resist surfing the internet. French bedside chests are perfect when it comes to acting as surfaces to hold these items. All you need is to stretch out your hand to store your items. What beats that? But not just books and laptops. These pieces of furniture are perfect for phones, radios, and other electronics.
2. Perfect Lamp Holders
Perhaps the most important use for a bedside chest is holding the night lamp. You know what that is for, don’t you? If you want to read in bed without having to get up to switch off the leading lights, you need a night lamp. After you have read your book and you want to sleep, you can simply stretch your hand and turn off the lamp. Talk about convenience right there next to you.
3. Medicines and Emergency Items
(Above photo - Antique Bedside Cabinets - French Nightstands Circa 1870 )
You might not always be sick, but a time comes when you must take some medication before you sleep or soon after waking up. If you keep the medicine in another room, you may forget to take it or be significantly inconvenienced. That is where a French bedside chest comes into play. You may use the drawer to keep the medicine so that you can access it conveniently when you need it.
Other emergency items that you may keep here include an alarm clock and a torch. Of course, the alarm will wake you up in the morning, and the torch comes in handy when you need to illuminate the room. You may also keep a bottle of water to quench your thirst when you have to.
4. Improving General Bedroom Décor
(Above photo - Pair Walnut French Bedside Cabinets Tables Nightstands )
There is no doubt that French bedside chests were beautiful items, which sometimes featured a gold coating. For that reason, they are perfect when it comes to improving your home décor. Just one will remove the monotony created by having only a bed in the room. You may improve the looks using framed photographs, flower vases, and so on.
So, what is the reason you need to buy a French bedside chest? In our antique shop, we have a variety of furniture pieces to meet most of your needs. You only need to ask.
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