10 Nightstands that Pack a Lot of Bedroom Punch Courtney Hayes July 29, 2015 DECOR, HOME, POPULAR It’s the last thing you see as you fall asleep and the first thing you see when waking up. Take a tip from these 10 nightstands and turn yours into something more than a phone dock. When it comes to home decor, it’s the little things—like your nightstand—that do wonders for a room. 1. Clean and simple Use space above the nightstand to store books and trinkets. You’ll keep your nightstand from becoming a cluttered mess and still keep the things you need close by. Shabby Chic Bedroom by Los Angeles Photographers Annie McElwain Photography 2. Monochrome bliss Keep everything in the same color family and you’ll have a well-styled nightstand in no time. And never forget the value of a junk drawer right beside your bed to catch all the clutter you don’t want to wake up to. Transitional Bedroom by San Francisco Photographers Michele Lee Willson Photography 3. Modern eclectic This patterned nightstand keeps a few curated trinkets visible but has lots of storage space to organize everything else. Transitional Bedroom by Fairfield Interior Designers & Decorators Tiffany Eastman Interiors, LLC 4. Double duty When you live in a small space, let your desk double as a nightstand. it’s a polished way to make your furniture do all the extra work while saving room for other necessities. Eclectic Bedroom by Atlanta Interior Designers & Decorators Dayka Robinson Designs 5. Well-styled maximalist When cutting the bedside clutter isn’t an option, style it up with a tiered nightstand that lets you see everything. Organized chaos can be a beautiful thing. Shabby Chic Bedroom by New York Interior Designers & Decorators TILTON FENWICK 6. Mismatching pair There’s no rule that double nightstands have to match. Sleep in sync with nightstands that match in style but not necessarily in design. It adds a level of intrigue to any room. Rustic Bedroom by Sacramento Interior Designers & Decorators Kerrie L. Kelly 7. Modern industrial Mount your nightstand to the wall to keep your floor clear and save even more space by suspending night lights from the ceiling. This simple design is an incredible way to infuse modern design into an industrial space. Contemporary Bedroom by Chicago Architects & Building Designers Sullivan, Goulette & Wilson Ltd. Architects 8. Glam posh The perfect symmetry of these matching nightstands makes the room feel put together without looking too matchy-matchy. Transitional Bedroom by Baltimore Interior Designers & Decorators Sarah J. Reed 9. Shared chic For kids rooms that require a shared nightstand, opt for a wide one with space for two lamps and ample hidden storage. Beach Style Kids 10. Mirrored and mod When in doubt, go for a classic nightstand look for two with matching tables that can hold not only your lamp and nighttime reading materials, but also has room for a vase of flowers and a picture or two to make it cozy. Transitional Bedroom by Austin Interior Designers & Decorators Butter Lutz Interiors, LLC For more inspiration, check us out on Houzz or Pinterest!