chic nightstands

Chic Bedside Tables.

*Image above via Grapevine Interiors.

My mother-in-law and I went down a rabbit hole with the furniture brand Oomph home. We are both in love with everything they do, including the very expensive but spectacular bedside table seen above. Wow! What a statement. I have always lusted after their adorable tini tables with the quatrefoil tops — right now, a pricey accent table feels ultra-remote since we have so many other higher priority furniture investments to make, but maybe one day.

Anyhow, a couple of gorgeous nightstands worth considering if you are in the market…

chic bedside table roundup

01. // 02. // 03. // 04. // 05. // 06. // 07. // 08. // 09. // 10. // 11. // 12. // 13. // 14.

These and more below…

A VINTAGE CHAIRISH SCORE UNDER $100 — LOVE THE SCALLOPED SHAPE OF THE TOP!

$160 BEADBOARD FARMHOUSE STYLE

THIS WILLIAMS-SONOMA STYLE IS SO POLISHED

ALWAYS LOVE A MIRRORED NIGHTSTAND (WE CURRENTLY HAVE A SET)

LOVE ALL OF S&L’S GRASSCLOTH WRAPPED PIECES, INCLUDING THESE NIGHTSTANDS

S&L LOOK FOR LESS WITH THIS

LADYLIKE BALLARD STYLE IN A GORGEOUS GRAY-BLUE OR NEUTRAL WASHED WOOD

THESE INEXPENSIVE SPINDLE-LEG ACCENT TABLES WOULD BE GREAT FOR A SMALL SPACE/NURSERY

SIMILAR VIBE BUT MORE SUBSTANTIAL / WITH A DRAWER — GREAT FOR A GIRL/TEEN ROOM

JUST ADORE THIS MARBLE-TOP STYLE FROM FRONTGATE…COMES IN AMAZING COLORS

CLEAN LINES AND LOVE THE THREE-DRAWER STORAGE…I CAN NEVER HAVE ENOUGH STORAGE

INTO THE PULL-OUT TRAY ON THIS STYLE — WOULD BE SO HANDY FOR EXTRA SURFACE AREA AT NIGHT, WHEN MY BEDSIDE IS ALWAYS A JUMBLE OF REMOTES, CHARGING ITEMS, JEWELRY, WATER, ETC…

LACQUER + CANING DETAILS = V CHIC

THIS SIMPLE STYLE COMES IN GREAT COLORS

LOVE THIS ROBIN’S EGG BLUE STEAL (UNDER $150!) FROM EAST AT MAIN

BONE INLAY BEAUTY (LOOK FOR LESS WITH THIS)

THIS CUBE STYLE IS ARCHITECTURAL + SLEEK — GREAT COUNTERPOINT TO MORE TRADITIONAL LINENS

RATTAN TRAY TABLE!

PAIR OF ANTIQUE HAND-PAINTED COMMODES…OMG

LOVE THE SILHOUETTE OF THIS BALLARD STYLE, AND AGAIN HAS THAT CLEVER PULL OUT TRAY

FUN ROUND-TOP STYLE

P.S. A trick for falling asleep.

P.P.S. Cute nursery bedding and lamps to put on top of your bedside table!

P.P.P.S. More recent home finds here and here.

2 Comments

  1. Currently in the market for all kinds of furniture and really appreciate this post. Leaning towards #s 3 or 9, though I’m usually partial to nightstands with drawers only and no shelves for myself. Drawers are great for storing away clutter, while shelves require more decorative purchases- but I love the look of shelves! We shall see! Very challenging to balance aesthetics, budget, functionality, and health when decorating a space. I have found it surprisingly stressful in my 1-bedroom and reached out a decorator yesterday- I am in awe if you are tackling your new home without one!

    1. Hi!! I love #3 and #9. So elegant and functional at the same time. Agree with you on drawers, too. My current bedside tables have a drawer on top and then a cabinet door that opens on the bottom (they are mirrored) and I love the extra storage and the fact that they require zero styling or dusting — though the mirrored top DOES require a lot of Windexing. Oh well.

      Don’t be too impressed — I don’t know I will be able to manage outfitting my house on my own either. I’m especially skittish about paint colors — I do not trust myself on that front! These are colors that change according to the color of the wood, the amount of light you have, the time of day, the floor coverings, etc! And sophisticated designers do things like “dilute to 25% with xyz”…WHAT?! I have no idea. I have been talking with an interior designer to assist in paint/wall covering selection and I also have other areas I feel totally out of my element in, like wall-to-wall carpeting / runner carpeting on the stairs. How?! I have no clue. I also don’t know I trust myself with window treatments? I have this feeling I will order the wrong length or mount them improperly without guidance. Anyway. I do thoroughly enjoy interior design and love finding fun new pieces, decor, art, furniture, but I am also cognizant of my own shortcomings and also anxious about the scope of the project ahead.

      That was more than you asked, ha! Just to say I’m in your boat. xx

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