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Expanding a bedroom with an Amish chest

by Tom Grimes

Expanding a bedroom with an Amish chest

A bedroom often stores some of a household's most personal supplies. These can include heirlooms or other valuables, and it's sometimes difficult to store these belongings in an organized or economic manner.

Bedroom furniture can be especially hard to arrange, as the bed is the largest piece of furniture in the room. As BedroomDesignIdeas.org notes, beds are the focal point of a bedroom, but that leaves little space for the other objects of a bedroom.

One way to provide extra storage in a bedroom without investing in large pieces or shelves is to place an Amish chest at the foot of the bed. These pieces are multi-functional, as they can be used to store various collectables or spare linens that may otherwise cause clutter in the room.

The flat tops of chests are also ideal for televisions or reading lamps, especially if there's no space for a desk or table.

These pieces of Amish bedroom furniture are hand-carved, so each one is as unique as the bedroom itself. The high-quality crafting of these chests guarantees a long lifetime for each piece and they are bound to become heirlooms for future generations. ADNFCR-3308-ID-19895430-ADNFCR

1/20/2017 5:09:12 PM