My 1911 is both my carry weapon and my "night stand" weapon. At the end of the day, my 1911 (in condition 1) comes off my belt still locked in it's holster and takes it's usual spot by the side of the bed. In the morning, the 1911, still locked in it's holster is returned to it's normal carry position on my hip.
If it goes into the safe for some reason, it goes in in condition 1, still locked in it's holster. Seeing the pattern yet? My gun hasn't left it's holster for 37 years. Ok, I kid. Rarely though does it ever leave the holster. Cleaning and range are the typical exceptions, as I have never yet had to deploy it.
Why complicate things?
If you are not comfortable with any aspects of your 1911, please consider both training and practice for proficiency in possible self-defense situations as well as a level of comfort and understanding for the pistol and how it works before relying on it to save your life.
While many claim to support the right, precious few support the practice.