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Headboard with Nightstands Attached

Headboard with Floating/Attached Nightstands: Queen & King

Headboards with Floating Nightstands: Space-Saving Furniture that Works the Night Shift

Headboards with attached nightstands like these, are a great way to add to your overall bedroom scheme while saving on your budget and freeing up valuable floor space.
Nightstands are an important addition to your bedroom, as we all have a nightly ritual, be it late-night indulgences in a best selling page-turner or needing a spot for beverages and medication.

Headboards with nightstands work overtime providing form and function, proving to be your best investment. Add beauty to the mix and you'll be in love with your result.

I'll show you several headboards with attached/floating nightstands along with a few valuable tips to transform your tired space into a fabulous retreat you'll love retreating to when you're tired.
Let's get started.

Your Decor & Budget: Keeping it Real with Budget-Friendly Headboards with Nightstands Attached

Headboard with Nightstands Attached/Floating: Queen & King
What's Your Style? Finding Your Decor Genre

You've more than likely settled on a decor style for your bedroom. These type headboards with their attached nightstands are best suited for contemporary and modern decor.
This headboard that can support less-formal arrangements and you may get by with adding a few traditional pieces without a majorly confused state of affairs. 

I love the two floating nightstands with a convenient drawer in each one. The space looks uber-tidy ad the floor space is free.
Furniture pieces like this one, that have several 'personalities' make great investments--especially if you are inclined to change out your style more often than most.
Let your bedding, accessories and wall art define your room's genre and you're good to go.

Headboard with Attached/Floating Nightstands: Queen

Budget-Friendly Headboards with Floating/Attached Nightstands

One of my favorite things to do while in the planning stages of design is to find pieces that are comparable to their pricier cousins. So, it's only natural that I always include those budget-friendly headboards with floating nightstands, as keeping things real with spending plays an important role in enjoying your decor.

Overspending can really dampen your spirit. I know; I've done just that: spent too much and could never fully enjoy my efforts knowing I paid too much for it. There's always a comparable piece if you look for it. I call it 'the thrill of the hunt."
These lower-priced headboards have the elements of the more expensive pieces: low profile, sleek, modern design and those all-important built-in, floating nightstands. 

While you may have to sacrifice a few things, you can realize a close second,, which I'll gladly accept in lieu of regret. I've included an alternative to expensive headboards with integrated nightstands further down, but if it's the real deal you're after, here's a few designer-look headboards that are hard to pass over (prepare to be tempted beyond chocolate cake).

Headboard with Nightstands Attached: Built-In Nightstands with Drawers

Headboard with Attached Nightstands

If a headboard with floating nightstands aren't a must-have, this unit may suit you well.

I like the idea of a headboard with built-in nightstands where their storage drawers are plenty big enough. If you prefer a different color nightstand, opt for the paint I'll talk about below. The headboard and its built-in drawer nightstands is plenty cheap enough to warrant the paint job. You might even want to get crafty and use tape to create striped detailing for a custom look. This headboard looks fabulous if you have a bed consisting of the mattresses and the frame only.

Headboard with Floating Nightstands: a Cheaper Alternative

Getting Crafty: a Fabulous Alternative to Headboards with Built-In Nightstands

I'm the quintessential cheapskate and the only exceptions to my thriftiness are buying gifts and tipping . . . but back to nightstands and headboards:

I spotted these uber-cool, fabulously modern, floating shelves that'll work as nightstands when hung at the ideal level bedside your headboard. The shelves would look very much like integrated nightstands without the larger price tag and the floating shelves are open for a great option to show off your prized collection--whatever that collection is. Mine would be my Italian glass. I bet you can envision your faves on these shelves.

White Floating Shelves as an Alternative to Built-In Headboard

White Floating Shelves Make Great Alternative to Integrated Headboard Nightstands

Here's the above style floating shelves in white if your needs aren't of the 'dark-hued' variety. 

Still not your color? Today's spray paints aren't the paints of the '80s. I suggest a plastic spray paint that will actually meld with the shelves coating without peeling and flaking. You'll have the color you need, the modern nightstands you're after and a price that can't be beat. Plus, you can double up the floating shelves for even more storage space

The Whole Shebang: Platform Beds with Attached Nightstands (warning: uber-hard to resist)

Attached Nightstands: Platform Bed with Integrated Nightstands

This is one total fab platform bed with the headboard we love and those sleek-and-modern attached nightstands. Platform beds complement a minimalist or semi-so decor genre. This headboard's nightstands have the appearance they're floating and work well to keep the look with their small bases. I'm thinking New York high rise, are you?

Black Leatherette & Wood Queen Size Platform Bed With Built-in Nightstands

Modern Design: Less is Indeed More

Modern Platform Bed with Integrated Nightstands
Platform beds promise to keep the eye longer with their unique look that's pure WOW! If budget allows, goes 'full throttle' and you'll have a fabulous start, for sure.
Wherever you've an amazing piece, they'll serve as the space's showstoppers; so, it's best to use minimally-appointed accessories, otherwise, highly ornate pieces will dilute that wow factor you'd achieved with the headboard and nightstands.
Modern palettes have both a simple scale while being quite sophisticated overall. With modern design, less is definitely more. You'll want your bed to take center stage and as few supporting 'co-stars' in supporting roles. The eye should move about your space with ease.
To break up any sameness, I suggest having a few pieces that ave elements of surprise, like black and white posters with an unexpected splash of color to break up any monotony. Use shiny, metal finishes and glossy black and whites in accessories like vases and other vessels and lighting.
Keep things simple and your result will reward you with a sophisticated result.
And remember: Less is more.

Taking Off Your Furniture's Harsh Lines

Round Bed with Attached Nightstands 

Modern furniture can be quite abrupt--literally--with all the straight lines, often resulting in a cold space that's somewhat harsh.
I'm thinking cocktail party with the most uptight-of-guests-ever-on-the -planet. Not good for the peaceful boudoir retreat you've long been pining for.
Enter round furniture pieces to the rescue [enter your own come-to-the-rescue theme song, here].
Seriously, arched pieces furniture like this round bed can be a welcome interruption to all those harsh lines that are hallmark to modern design. And since balance is so important to a tranquil space, it only makes sense to include a few round pieces into your bedroom, a most personal space.

Wan White? Not So Fast: White Headboards with Attached Nightstands

Modern Platform Bed with Attached FloatingNightstands

The Many Shades of White and it's Options for Decor

I can see any of these beds being paired with animal print bedding sporting a plush pile. I've seen faux mink in black , white and brown that would work fabulously with any of these headboards.
Or, you can opt for the vibrant colors like the red and yellow hues

Not feeling it with color?
Not a problem: with white as a backdrop, you'll have your pick of the rainbow. Instead of the wan, unassuming addition, you've a sophisticated 'blank slate' in which to build your dream room; it's all about what you love, so make your space truly your own.

Modern Asian Style Platform Bed with Built-In Nightstands Attached

Low-Profile, Asian-Style Nightstands: A Lesson in Complexity

Asian decor has so much to offer: mystery, complexity, simplicity and a style all its own. Low profile furniture pieces make the ideal candidate in your bedroom design, much like this platform bed with its sleek headboard and built-in, 'floating' nightstands I'm absolutely in love with.
With such low profile pieces, adding over-sized works of art make a huge statement as focal point. I'd opt for a single piece of art on the accent wall above the bed (not too high above the headboard) instead of several smaller pieces hung in an arrangement. Unframed, canvas art works best for the minimal look Asian themes necessitate. I'd love to see an abstract of bamboo above the bed with uplights placed on the floor behind the bed for an upward glow that's simple, yet striking.
Modern Platform Bed with Integrated/Attached Floating Nightstands
With Asian decor, you definitely want to go the less is more route. A bedroom with minimal appointments is your best bet for a restful look and feel. Bedrooms with lots to accessories and busy prints will result in a cluttered look that's not at all what you want in a retreat. You'll want a place to retreat to and not from!
In all, a low profile, with minimal fuss makes for the best result and having a headboard with nightstands built-in makes for a successful finish.

Accessories for Your Headboard

Accessories should, as I mentioned, support your theme and not swallow your room's focal point: the bed. Modern decor works well where there's a balance of textures: metals, glossies, smoothness and depth.
Flokati Rugs Work Well with Modern Headboards & Floating Furniture
Pair up your bed with a plush, flokati rug like this one to add warmth and texture. You can easily envision digging your toes into it. Rugs are great for contributing a contrasting element to the smooth and sleek elements of modern pieces which if used in excess can result in a flat, cold effect that's neither welcoming or cozy.
Mix the fru fru with finite lines; it's opposition at it's best.
Lighting can be finished with nickel or chrome; glass is a great choice, too for adding balance with its smooth surface and unexpected color. Use several low profile pieces to one pop of color.

Modern Wall Art Decals: Hang Above Headboards

Black & White Wall Art and a Word on Accessorizing 

These black and white New York City wall decals make for an amazing accent wall along with your headboard. Metal based lamps are an ideal match, too, and are best-suited with a modern decor palette.
Tuck a plush area rug like the flokati (I talked about, above) on the diagonal just under the bed and you'll create the illusion of more square footage if your room is smallish. Mirrors help, too in 'creating' light and space in your bedroom.
Balance, balance, balance and you'll have a cohesive, pulled-together room you'll love retreating to come the end of a busy day.


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Kids' & Toddler Chair and Ottoman Sets

Decorating with these cute, yet affordable kids' chairs with ottomans will set the stage for the rest of your space while surrounding your little one in comfort.

Toddlers and preschool kids are in that "in~between" stage where they're ready to join the family ranks on family night but don't quite fit into your adult chairs. The baby chairs are history but climbing up the side of your prized upholstered chair or sofa is downright frightening.

Scroll down to get a peek at these upholstered toddler and kid-sized chair and ottoman sets you didn't even know existed in such a small size.
Who knew?
I've also included some fun tips for best incorporating your kid's chair and ottoman into a little boy or girl's bedroom.

Decorating In Theme - Fun Upholstered Chairs and Ottomans for Boys and Girls


Themes are a fun and easy way to decorate kids' bedrooms. There's no guessing what color or style furniture or bedding to buy as long as you keep to your theme.

But decorating with the same pattern again and again with the addition of each piece can result in a 'dizzying array' and not the dazzling display you're aiming for.

I suggest keeping to several large, themed pieces like these fun chairs with matching ottomans and fabulous bedding in your intended subject, while adding simple, nondescript accessories to maintain a healthy balance within the room.

My formula is 3:1, that is: three plain pieces to every themed addition. This way, your kid's room will look cohesive and uncluttered. You don't want to dilute the visual effect of your more important pieces.

Keep your theme simple and allow your showpieces to stand out on their own.

Furnishing a Small Space - Fuzzy Chair and Ottoman Sets for Toddler Boy & Girls

Upholstered Solid Color Chair and Ottoman Sets for Kids and Toddlers. The brown chair set below is available in several kid-friendly hues.

Kids' Brown Plush Microfiber Arm Chair and Ottoman Set for Toddlers

Small spaces, like kids' bedrooms need simplicity, without busy patterns on furniture's upholstery, so having solid color pieces like these chair and ottoman sets make ideal choices, as busy patterns will quickly lend to a cluttered look in your child's room.                                                                           


Save visually stimulating images for wall art and pieces that are 'up and away' from your floor to create the illusion of more space. Widen your floor space by placing an area rug on the diagonal; this way, your toddler's room will appear larger.
I recommend a few, key furniture pieces for the best result in smaller bedrooms. With small bedrooms, less is definitely more. Keep it simple and you'll succeed.

Going Classic with Your Choice of Chairs

Solid-Color Chair and Ottoman Sets Fit Into Any Space

Classic Style Toddler Chair and Ottoman Sets

Both my twin boys enjoyed their own chairs (complements of Grandma) and were equally thrilled when they made a 'crash landing' in my living room in line with their dad's own recliner and the TV set. I was none too pleased about the whole affair, as we were currently penned up in a three bedroom apartment while awaiting the finishing of our house.


I did have to concede on this chair business; I knew any efforts to decorate were squelched by the lack of square footage--everywhere.

While I didn't share my boys' delight at the lineup of what may as well be page six or so of Goldilocks' and the Three Bears, I had to admit the arrangement was a part of many happy moments the boys shared with their dad, and in retrospect I wouldn't have changed a thing if I could have.

These cute armchair and matching ottoman sets come in a host of solid hues that won't threaten your space's decor and should fit in nicely wherever you plan to put them.

Kids' Chair and Ottoman Set in Denim Blue for Toddlers

Denim: Enduring Style

Blue Denim Chair and Ottoman for Toddlers

Denim betrays everything casual; there's nothing formal or 'stuffy' about this fun material. It also makes an ideal upholstery option for your toddler's chair and ottoman set.
With denim, you'll have freedom in pairing the set up with bedding and wall art without it looking out of place.
Yes, denim does take on a low profile in any given space but it will surely look at home with any number of decorating genres.
If you've a fully decorated space, you'll be safer to opt for a chair and ottoman set like this denim style.

Turning Standard into Super: Solid-Color Kids' Chair and Ottoman Sets for Boys & Girls

Kids' Arm Chair with Microsuede Ottoman Set in Hot Pink

'Plain Ol' Chairs in Solid-Colors & Bright Hues

While plain furniture might seem less exciting, using solid-color chair and ottomans allow you the freedom to decorate around them in whatever theme you decide on. Or, if your child's room or your planned space for the chair is fully appointed, a low-profile chair won't compete with your existing pieces.
To ramp up the chair's overall look, a simple accent pillow in your room's colors or theme will be sufficient in tying the chair and ottoman set with its surrounds.
Either of these cute chairs will look very fitting in your space with just a few 'tweaks.'

Bring the Outdoors Into Your Toddler's Bedroom

Animal and Camo Print Chair and Ottoman 

Sets Are a Fun Addition and Make a Great Focal Piece

Kids' Chair with Ottoman Set in Camo for Toddlers

I love these cute armchair and matching ottoman sets. They'll turn any blah corner into a fun space your toddler will love. Add a small bookshelf, a side table and lamp and your toddler will have their own library while the pieces make a great statement in their bedroom.
These cute chair sets have that strong visual statement all spaces need, adding form and function to your toddler's bedroom.

Kids Children All Sports Club Chair and Ottoman Set

Sports Theme Chair and Ottoman

Toddlers and little kids love to be included with the rest of the family gathered around the TV for the big game. Or, if you've a little sports fan whose bedroom is done up in every ball known to humankind, a sports-themed chair and ottoman set like this one will fit the space nicely.
It's simple, straight lines will lend a clean look to an accent corner if that's where you'll be going with it.
I love the sweet, total look, don't you?

Forgiving Pink - Pink Upholstered Arm Chairs for Girls with Matching Ottoman

Pile on the pink. Unlike so many hues, pink is one color you can mix several shades together and still have a balanced look.

Girls' (or boys') Plush Microfiber Pink Chair and Ottoman Set
Pink can be complex with its limitless uses but it's also among the easiest of colors to decorate with. With any pink hue, you can layer shade on shade, even mixing dark with light tones without a gaudy result.
I've included several pink hues with these cute chair and ottoman sets for little girls (and yes, even adventurous boys) to illustrate how well pinks look next to their lighter or darker tone.
You can bathe your girl's walls in light pink and add darker pieces for a fabulous contrast or go vice-versa with darker walls.

Baseball Glove Chair & Baseball Ottoman Set for Kids

Decorating for Your Little Sports Enthusiast

Kids' Chair and Ottoman Sets: Football, Basketball, Soccer and Baseball

I love these sports themed chairs for their ease on the eye while being visually stimulating.
I know this sounds contradictory but the chairs' unique style will capture the eye without having to be 'loud' in color, making them the ideal pick for kids' bed and family rooms, alike.
If your kid's bedroom is large enough, you can opt for a play area using this chair and ottoman set as a centerpiece complete with rug underfoot. A small table and a lamp will round out the arrangement quite nicely. But If you've the more conventional small space kids' room, either of these ball chairs will work for that WOW! you're after.

Which Upholstered Toddler Chair With Ottoman is Your Fave? 

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