Furniture maker debuts nightstand to conceal CPAP devices
RAPID CITY, S.D. – This nightstand is for sleep apnea patients who want a good night’s sleep—and a neat bedroom. Perdue Woodworks will introduce a bedside cabinet that conceals CPAP and BIPAP devices, even while they’re in use, at the Las Vegas Market on Jan. 26. The machine and its components tuck neatly behind a pair of doors, while the hose that delivers air to the patient’s mask runs through a slot in the cabinet to the patient’s bed, according to a story in Furniture Today. Each nightstand holds two machines and will retail between $100 and $150.