A common misconception that we have noticed among people that do not have a lot of experience when it comes to tables and other types of furniture is that these individuals often tend to assume that they need to place their furniture on the ground. There is a pretty good chance that some of the furniture that you find in the market will be structured like this, but suffice it to say that this only represents a rather small portion of what you can find if you were to take a bit of a deeper look.
This is because of the fact that there are bedside tables that don’t need to be placed on the ground at all, instead they would be hanging from a specific point on the wall or ceiling. The truth of the situation is that these floating tables are really aesthetically pleasing and they are practically advantageous as well since they allow you to easily sweep and mop under them without having to raise them up or move them around to get to the spots they are covering up.
The fact of the matter is that installing a floating bedside table is a whole lot easier than you might be thinking right now. Just hammer or drill a nail or screw into a wall at a sufficient height and hang your table up on this protruding element. Try to be certain that the nail is not going to fall under the weight of the table before you hang it up, otherwise you might have to deal with it getting damaged which can be annoying because you would be forced to spend more money.