When decorating a bathroom, couples often utilize separate 'his' and 'hers' items, to keep the space organized and more manageable for the duo. Pairs can apply the same logic when furnishing their bedrooms and purchase his and hers Amish bedroom furniture.Sharing a dresser can be tough - especially when couples must leave for work at a similar hour. Frustrations can grow as he is looking for his socks while she needs to get a sweater out from the drawer below. Investing in two separate bureaus can help to prevent more than a few morning headaches.In order to keep the bedroom from looking like a college dorm, those purchasing his and hers Amish bedroom furniture should consider units from the same line, but different models, such as a wide, nine-drawer dresser and a tall chest of drawers from one collection.If space is an issue, couples can consider purchasing two smaller sets of drawers. Since the pieces aren't as big, and thus less of a statement, the duo can have fun when choosing the items and mix and match from different lines. Homeowners can pair a Shaker chest of drawers with a flat top high boy dresser.
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