Nerd pro-tip: Put a power strip in the top drawer of your nightstand to charge/organize/hide your electronics. - Pins For Your Health Put a power strip in the top drawer of your nightstand to charge/organize/hide your electronics.
source: Crisp Architects Lovely kitchen features double doors opening to walk-in pantry lined with horizontal paneling and open cabinets with butcher block countertop over slate tiled floor. I would do invisible paneled doors
Kitchen with spice rack drawer below gas cooktop. Well organized pull-out spice drawer with special compartment for measuring spoons and cups. White kitchen cabinets paired with white quartz countertops and stainless steel cooktop backsplash.
If the bed side table doesn't fit in the new space. Think you don’t have space for a nightstand? The Squad added the RIBBA picture ledge next to Namate’s bed. Just enough space for a phone, glass, and maybe a book!