Telvanni furnishings are great, right? But their storage options are very limited. There's just the nightstand.
But I've discovered that it's a very versatile piece.
There's the obvious one - two (or more) beside each other line up nicely and can give you bigger standing sets of drawers.
But wait. There's more!
Their height also happens to line up nicely with the Telvanni table, allowing you to use them as desk drawers.
And my personal favourite - standing cabinetry.
Storage furniture is critical for immersion. Without it housing doesn't look realistic. There I was with my three lengthwise joined Telvanni tables to make a lovely Telvanni dining table and my only options to furnish that spot were from other dunmer Houses. Their furniture is also nice and doesn't clash with Telvanni stuff but it's really not the same.
I found a way though.
How to do it?
Requires 2 Telvanni nightstands and 1 Telvanni bookshelf.
Rotate the bookshelf around so its back is facing forward.
Flip the 2 nightstands on their sides with their feet facing each other and push them together so you end up with 4 drawers.
Insert into top row of bookshelf.
Sink into floor.
Just in case anyone objects to one draw facing in a different direction, that is how such cabinets typically look. There's three compartments, one double one with doors which open out.
The great thing about this is you could also use the other shelves. Insert the drawers into a lower shelf and you could use the use the higher shelves if that suits the space, which it would in eg. a kitchen.