Visually expand a small space with a reflective side table.
"The reflective quality of this side table allows for closed storage and adds a sense of glitter and silver to the room," explains Toronto designer Glen Peloso. "Mirrored side tables consume less aesthetic space because they reflect their surroundings. They work well in a small space to keep the room feeling larger. If you are truly space constrained, consider building smaller side table surfaces as part of the bed frame. A single drawer attached to a platform bed frame allows for some display (smart phone dock, alarm clock, lamp), while the drawer stores anything you don't want to display. When space is really tight, a sconce is best to free up side table surface, but finding one with a switch attached to the fixture isn't so easy."
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