Picture the scene. You're in bed and tired but you're not sleepy. Your mind is in overdrive. What do you do about it?
Well a good book is always an idea. That means you're going to need a lamp.
Some people like to watch the television in bed so you need access to the remote control. Sad films mean that you'll need a box of tissues too.
A carafe of water and a glass are often found at the side of someones bed.
Great! But where do you put the book, lamp, remote, tissues, phone, water and glass? Aarrrgh!
The answer - well, it's obvious isn't it? And the answer is ...
At the side of the bed on one of these assemble at home nightstands we list in this post.
They are all easy to build and come with simple-to-follow instructions including any drawer assembly.
These five bedside units all have a handy storage space. Some have drawers and others a bin to store your bits and pieces in.
We've chosen some varying styles for you to choose from. From the clean straight lines of a white square to the industrial looking stack-able one. You might prefer a more traditional looking dark wooden finish. Some come in a variety of colors making it that bit easier to fit it into your color scheme.
Limited space in your room could be a deciding factor in your choice of what model to use. Number 5 in this list is especially suitable for small spaces.
Hundreds (and sometimes thousands) of happy customers have rated these at least 4 out of 5 stars.
Some comments are that they are super easy to put together. Happy wife, happy life.
One customer initially gave a poor review. This was due to the predrilled holes being in the wrong place of the stack-able one. He soon changed his mind when the company got in touch. Only on the strength of the review they offered a full refund or new unit. This reviewer chose a new table and is glad he did as his nightstand now sits in pride of place in his bedroom. His review went from 2 to 5 stars. Well done for customer service.
This demonstrates that you should always get in touch with the maker if you have a problem. They'll usually try to resolve it in your favor as they prefer satisfied customers who will likely buy again.