Nightstand Furniture & Bedside Tables
Aguilita Gray Nightstand
Alpine Lake Cherry Nightstand
Alpine Lake Washed Oak Nightstand
Arbor Ridge Cherry Nightstand
Asher Coffee Brown Nightstand
Asher Driftwood Nightstand
Baybrook Chestnut Nightstand
Bedford Heights Cherry Nightstand
Bedford Heights Gray Nightstand
Bedford Pines Brown Nightstand
Bellina Ivory Nightstand
Belmar Black Nightstand
Belmar Blue Step Nightstand
Belmar Gray Nightstand
Belmar Green Step Nightstand
Belmar White Nightstand
Belmar White Step Nightstand
Berkshire Lake Black Nightstand
Boerum Hill Gray Nightstand
Camrose Black Nightstand
Cassandra White Nightstand
Cindy Crawford Home Harlowe Brown Nightstand
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How to Choose a Nightstand
There's no better place to keep your favorite books or show off treasured keepsakes than a quality bedside table or nightstand. In addition to providing useful storage space, nightstands come in a variety of designs that add personality and charm to bedrooms. To find the piece that will look stunning in your space, consider size, style, and color.
Size & Budget Restraints
Since nightstands need to hold all of your bedtime essentials, it is important to choose the right size. For easy access to your cell phone or a glass of water, pick a night table that measures roughly the same height as your bed. Keep in mind that bedrooms with more than one person often require multiple nightstands. Consider buying them as part of a matching set to find the best deals.
Choosing the Style
To blend seamlessly with any design theme, nightstand styles range from curvy and ornate to modern and sleek. Most bedside tables also come with one or more drawers and cubbies. For more room to tuck away items like books and remote controls, choose pieces with more storage options. Couples or kids sharing a room can choose to get attractive, matching sets or unique, contrasting pieces.
Picking a Color
Night tables that highlight a subtle hue found in your bedding, curtains, or carpets can pull your bedroom together. This is a great way to create interest and cohesiveness if you are going for a custom designed look. Alternatively, let bright, fun-colored objects on your nightstand shine by choosing a neutral shade or purchasing one as part of a matching bedroom set.
The material you pick for your nightstand should ensure long-lasting beauty and durability. Hardwoods, such as oak and walnut, are strong and naturally striking. Although more expensive than softwoods, nightstands made of this solid material typically outlast cheaper alternatives. Less expensive softwoods, like cedar or fir, are light-weight and less durable. However, they fit most budgets and look gorgeous when stained in natural or bright colors.