Looking to spruce up that bedroom in your mobile home? Taking on a DIY bedroom nightstand project will do the trick. And that’s what we have lined up for you today.
There are plenty of ideas on the Internet for do-it-yourself bedroom nightstands. We’ve collected some of those ideas for you here, so you can bring your bedroom’s layout and atmosphere up a notch.
Regardless of your style and budget, you’ll find something that fits the bill. And that’s what we love about taking the do-it-yourself route — it’s an economical way to get just the look you want. And not only it is it economical — it’s customizable. You decide how you want to tackle the project and how it should look.
DIY Bedroom nightstands for different styles & budgets
Whether shabby chic or minimalist sleek, you’ll love the ideas we’ve pulled together for you. Take your time and tag along for a fun jaunt through the world of possibilities.
Nightstands aren’t just a part of the room’s vibe and aesthetic. It’s also a practical aspect of any room. Use it for a reading lamp and that stack of books you like to read. If you choose one with a drawer, consider using it for your reading glass or jewelry. The practical uses for your nightstands are many.
So let’s get rolling along and see what inspiration is available. Your mobile home bedroom will look good with the addition once you find your style and get to executing it.
Crate with hairpin legs
Here’s a rustic modern idea. Have you considered the possibilities that come with an old wooden crate? Well, one of the many possibilities is that concept of using it as a nightstand. This blogger bought two hairpin legs to keep the front propped up and mounted the back of the nightstand to the wall.
Another thing you can do with this is secure it well enough to where it doesn’t need the front legs. Consider it a floating nightstand of sorts. This will give off the illusion of more space in your room.
For an industrial look, this nightstand will work great. Metal plumbing pieces and stained wood come together for a look that comes across just right if this is your vibe.
Simpson Strong-Tie Nightstand
For a shabby chic vintage look try this nightstand. This do-it-yourself nightstand is a bit hands on. If you’re a stranger to working with wood and construction tools, this may not be the project for you. It’s hands-on with that sort of thing.
This is far from being a snap into place dresser. But the end result is rewarding.
The metal corner pieces, with the ties at the sides of the dresser give it just the right look for a bit of country vintage charm. We love the addition of a wire basket and a sliding out wooden panel just above the drawer.
Mid-century night stand
We think the minimalist look is charming with this mid-century DIY nightstand. The blogger writes that it’s an easy build. And we’re all about building with ease. It’s simple shape and hairpin legs make it a breeze to pull together.
And you don’t even have to paint it when you’re done!
If you’re on a tight budget, these wood pallet nightstands are sure to deliver. The blogger said she spent $12 and an hour to pull it together. Not bad for you a piece of furniture to brighten the room and provide a practical value to your room. Paint it white and you can give it an airy feel.
Step ladder nightstand
For an easy nightstand, take a short rustic ladder and give it a crackled paint job. This is perfect for those who like the country charm vibes. Prop it by your bed and you have the perfect place to set your belongings and books.
Run with the ideas
In tackling a do-it-yourself project, you’re not shackled by the rules of a plan. Yes, you need a plan but you can make it your own plan.
And here’s what we love about making something of your own: there won’t be another nightstand like it. You made it. You can’t buy what you make from the store. It just won’t be the same. So have fun giving your home a special touch of you and your own special flair.
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