We took out the twins and used the supports for the new queen. I had the queen made with two opposing round curves. One of the curves is for the back as you would expect. The other curve is diagonally opposite and is for two purposes. 1. for flipping the bed around for wear 2. for ease of passing by the corner on the walk thru side.
So now we have a north/south bed that leaves a couple feet on the curb side for use. That is divided into a walk space on the curb side of the bed and the rest on the wall is for cabinets.
I took the nitestand the op is asking about and chopped off the back end. This included shortening the drawers. So the nite stand is now turned at a right angle facing the bed with space to pull out the drawers.
Under the window and next to the hanging closet is a seat with cushion. Under the hanging closet is a new 3 shelf for extra whatever. There is no door on this shelf and it is shorter (and tucked under) the hanging closet.
This actually works out very well for us as the 12" innerspring mattress is VERY comfortable and serves as an excellent place to watch movies on a 22" flat screen that is folded above the seat mounted on the side of the hanging closet.
Hope that helps visualize the setup.
Steve in Sav'h