Bedroom Supply Outlets Portland OR

Deciding what kind of bedroom furniture you is not difficult. Bedroom supplies include: headboards, footboards, nightstands, etc. You can also consider the principles of Feng Shui to make your bedroom perfect. See below for more information about bedroom supply outlets in Portland, OR and find the best bedroom supplies for your room.

Kuhnhausen Furniture
(503) 234-6638
2640 E Burnside St
Portland, OR
Hours
sunday Hours: Closed
Mon- Sat hrs: 10-6

Sleep Country Usa
(503) 629-8258
18033 NW Evergreen Pkwy
Beaverton, OR
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sunday Hours: 10-7
Mon- Sat hrs: 10-9

Mulligan Mattress Co
(503) 222-3723
1200 SE 7th Ave
Portland, OR

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Mattresses by Mulligan
(503) 222-3723
425 NW 9th Ave
Portland, OR

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Select Comfort - Lloyd Center
(503) 288-3386
999 Lloyd Center , Space H102
Portland, OR

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Andrews Galleries
(503) 636-3037
15659 Boones Ferry Rd
Lake Oswego, OR
Hours
sunday Hours: 1-5
Mon- Sat hrs: 10-5:30

Cascade Furniture
(360) 260-8008
3017 NE 112th Ave
Vancouver, WA
Hours
sunday Hours: 9-6
Mon- Sat hrs: 9-7

BedMart Mattress Superstores - Pearl District
(503) 546-3320
1039 NW Glisan St
Portland, OR
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Monday to Friday 10-7Saturday 10-6Sunday 11-5

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Rock Soft Futon
(503) 249-7195
2751 NE Broadway St
Portland, OR

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Bed Mart
(503) 286-3813
1186 N Hayden Meadows Dr
Portland, OR

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Rest easy with the right pieces

The bedroom is a room we often overlook in remodeling or redesigning, since it's the room that is for the most part off-limits to any but those who sleep there. But that doesn't mean it should be neglected! Giving your bedroom a new look is a great way to rejuvenate your house and to create a space that is all your own, just the way you like it.

The Pizazz

Getting started in a bedroom design often means choosing a theme – and that theme can be reflected in your choice of bedroom furniture. Modern bedroom furniture (which often includes twists on throwback styles like wicker bedroom furniture and tropical bedroom furniture) and contemporary bedroom furniture are popular choices, but many people still opt for the traditional look of Victorian bedroom furniture, with four-poster beds and even lavish canopies that complement luxurious bedding .

When it comes to materials, solid wood bedroom furniture is sure to stand the test of time, particularly in your bed itself. While cherry and teak will run you high on the price scale, pine bedroom furniture is very affordable and is still extremely durable. You can even find it dressed up in a variety of stains or colors, but it's important to remember that the color you choose will need to see you through many years, and potentially many bedroom decors. Basic black bedroom furniture is always a smart choice over a fad color. White bedroom furniture is also a classic option, but is a little more open to wear and tear.

Common Pieces of Bedroom Furniture:

Nightstand

A nightstand, or bedside table, satisfies both practical and aesthetic purposes. One on each side can finish off the look of a centered bed, while two nightstands also gives each person in the bed a place to set books, glasses or a cup of water before going to sleep.

From a style standpoint, nightstands are available in a number of styles and to suit any bed frame. Contemporary nightstands could incorporate unusual materials such as metal or glass. In fact, metal nightstands are increasing in popularity, outdoing old standbys like cottage style nightstands or wood nightstands in general. If wood is your choice, however, your options are certainly not limited. A high-end cherry nightstand can add elegance to any room, but more basic pine or oak nightstands can still be very attractive, and can be finished in a colored stain to match your decor. A basic black nightstand or a white nightstand complements any decor.

Dresser

A good bedroom dresser is necessary to keep any room clean, but what if your room is too small for a conventional chest of drawers?

An underbed dresser can free up more walking space in the room, or if you have less to store, try a vanity dresser to combine two items into one – still lots of drawers, but a dresser mirror and a small stool give you an area to prepare for your day. A dresser organizer can also do wonders for space and organization, from sorting your socks to cat...

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