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Sea Night Stand

Reflecting the natural and warmth feeling of natural walnut with modern design mindset, Sea Nightstand attracts attention with its lean and masculine line


Dakar Storage Coffee Table

Curvy and little, Planet Ottoman / storage /coffee table can serve as additional seating or provide convenient table top space in any living space


Scarlet Night Stand

Scarlet Collection represents comfort, style, design and beauty


Abby GL Night Stand

Minimalistic piece


Round Night Stand

Warm Beauty

€687.14 €601.14

Abby Night Stand

Minimalistic piece


Neo Night Stand

Modern Design


Ned Nightstand

Ned Collection


Teo Night Stand

Clean lines, contemporary look


The bedside is easily accessible in your bedroom. Optimal for versatility and minimal clutter, positioning your study table nearby provides a distinct separation between your bed and the home office corner.

A bedroom nightstand's height is typically around 24 to 28 inches (61 to 71 cm). However, the ideal height can vary based on the bed's height and your personal preference. Aim for a nightstand height that allows for easy access and convenient use while sitting or lying in bed.

How to adorn and design a nightstand:
  • Lamp or lighting.
  • Plant or flowers.
  • Candle or diffuser.
  • Book.
  • Picture frame.
  • Basket or container for small personal items (consider keeping these in a drawer if available on your bedside table).

Beyond decor, the primary function of having this is to safeguard bedsheets from dirt when a guest sleeps with shoes on. Additionally, it serves as a protective surface during tea/snack consumption in bed, preventing spills and stains on white bed sheets.

Place the study table on the wall side to keep the place uncluttered and neat. You can couple up this study unit with a simple bucket chair and a floating shelf unit, as shown.

The size of an average bedroom end table can vary, but common dimensions range from 22 to 30 inches (56 to 76 cm) in height, 18 to 24 inches (46 to 61 cm) in width, and 18 to 24 inches (46 to 61 cm) in depth. The exact size may depend on the specific design and personal preferences.

On a bedroom table tray, you can place essentials like a lamp, books, a small plant, or decorative items to add a personal touch.

For an Early American bedroom, consider a wooden or rustic-style table to complement the traditional aesthetic. Opt for pieces with classic details, such as turned legs or simple, timeless designs. Oak, maple, or cherry wood finishes often work well to enhance the Early American style.

Decorate a modern black metal table in the bedroom with a stylish lamp, decorative items, books, plants, personal touches, contrasting colors, and functional storage if available.

A nightstand is common for essentials. For a decorative touch, consider a stylish accent table, vanity table, or a small desk, depending on the available space and your preferences.

Discover Southern decorating style by Decorilla designer, Farzaneh K. Elevate your dining area with classic Southern design elements. Choose a robust wooden dining table and complement it with comfortable chairs.

The width of a bedroom nightstand is often between 18 to 36 inches (46 to 91 cm), but it can vary based on personal preference, the size of the bed, and available space. It's advisable to choose a width that complements the bed's size and allows for practical use and aesthetic balance in the room.

Are two nightstands a must? If space allows and you seek balance, absolutely! However, it's not a strict rule. In fact, a single nightstand works well in smaller bedrooms.

People typically keep items like books, a lamp, an alarm clock, personal items, and other bedtime essentials in nightstands.

Nightstands in various colors can complement a white bed. Popular choices include neutral tones like gray, natural wood finishes, or even bold colors for contrast. Consider your overall bedroom color scheme and personal style when choosing nightstand colors to ensure a cohesive and pleasing look.

For a black bed, consider nightstands in colors that create a stylish contrast or harmonize with the dark tones. Options include:
  • White or cream for a classic contrast.
  • Natural wood tones for warmth.
  • Metallic finishes like gold or silver for a touch of glamor.
  • Gray or charcoal for a sophisticated monochromatic look.

Choose a color that complements your overall bedroom aesthetic and personal preferences.