Our master bedroom makeover is really starting to come together. We moved our bed to the opposite wall to make the room flow better. We originally thought that moving the bed wouldn't work because the room is only 9 1/2' wide and we have a king size bed. We wouldn't be able to fit our nightstand and the bed in the small space.
My husband came up with a solution ..."We'll move the bed and I'll make you new bedside tables to fit the space". It may take a little while before he gets time to build them since his work as a pastor takes at least 50 to 60 hours a week. He also needs to finish the cabinet he's building for our daughter and her husband as their wedding gift before starting a new project.
In the mean time, we needed a bedside table. The stepladder that I was using while painting the room beside the bed has been adopted as a nightstand. How about this for a temporary solution!
This vintage ladder has some real sentiment for me. It was my grandmother's, and as a little girl I remember seeing her climbing up on it to reach things from her cupboard. She used it often since she was a little lady of only 5 feet.
I love the detail that show it's use over the years!
The ball jar featured here belonged to my other grandmother. I added some shells and the color works perfect with the room.
Have a great weekend!
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