25 Nightstands You'll Love Sleeping Next To

Your nightstand tells you a lot about yourself - what you drink, the books you read, which photos you treasure, and maybe even your favorite late-night snacks. My husband prefers simple and clutter-free.  He is happy with a clock, his book, and a reading lamp. My bedside table all too often gets buried under books, photos, and other items that create clutter. When bedside tables say too much about you, it may be time to transform them into a beautiful focal point that reflects your design aesthetic.

Here are 25 nightstands that you'll love sleeping next to for inspiration:

The nice thing about nightstands is that they don't have to be expensive nor match your bed frame to look fabulous. This nightstand is from Wayfair.

Add a grand, stately feel with a decorative corbel. This is a great choice if your space is lacking in interesting architectural features, or if space is limited. Be creative and look for unique tables or accessories to use as nightstands...like baskets, stacking suitcases, funky side tables, small dressers, etc.

A well-styled bedside table not only helps create a balanced space that reflects your personality and design aesthetic, but its contents should be practical and useful, as well. 

Including these five practical items make styling a chic, functional nightstand an easy task: a clock, lamp, reading material, candle, and an accessory. 

A unique trinket, jewelry tray, or vase of fresh flowers help make the space your own.

These nightstands are from Ethan Allan.

 It's the ideal backdrop for displaying elegant accessories, eclectic art, and colorful books. I love the gold pulls on these bedside tables!

Shea McGee Design

Tip: If you want your bed to stand out, match your nightstands to the color of your walls.

Casabella Home Furnishings & Interiors

This nightstand lends to the overall feeling of serenity in this guestroom.

This antique French faux bamboo nightstands adds a pop of color...
while this mirrored nightstand adds a touch of glam!

Nightstands can serve as a useful source of additional storage, which is always nice to have in bedrooms.

Bria Hammel Interiors
Sita Montgomery Interiors
Cottage Company Interiors
 Home Bunch

This room is a good example of an eclectic mix of furnishings.  For an eclectic look, the trick is to find the right balance and enough common ground to make a space gel. The nightstands, above, are well proportioned to the other furnishings and the bed frame and pillows unify the space.

 Shea McGee Design
Shea McGee Design
So, what does your nightstand say about you? I hope you have enjoyed these ideas and found inspiration that will help you transform your nightstand into a beautiful focal point that reflects your design aesthetic and personality.

Warmest regards,


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