Bedside tables can be used to hold a lamp, alarm clock, phone, or reading material. Have you found the perfect bedside solution? Here are a few ideas...
Just about any flat surface can be used as a bedside table. Stacked suitcases are a fun alternative. A wall mounted sconce allows for more room on the table's surface while still providing the necessary task lighting.
A side table is a perfect place to add a little sparkle and shine. While adding glamour and luxe to the space, the mirrored side table doesn't grab too much attention. Another option for keeping the top surface clear is to hang the light fixture. A modern glass chandelier dangles above the bedside table.
Pairing a modern purple glass lamp with a white antique bedside table makes for an interesting and eye-catching pairing. The color scheme is duplicated on the wallpaper.
Because the white drape, headboard and hanging ornate gold mirror create such a dramatic and elegant focal point, the bedside table is made to appear less obtrusive. The white wallmounted bedside table floats quietly while mimicing the shape of the headboard. I love the shot of purple in this all-white bedroom.
Asymmetry can be more interesting than the typical symmetrical arrangement. Both bedside lamps are similarly scaled and shaped, but each has it's own unique character, heightening the interest level in the room.
Small in scale and with simple lines, these bedside tables complement the minimalistic decor.
The eclectic decor has a casual bohemian vibe. An asymmetrical bedside arrangement fits the relaxed vibe. I love the cowhide rug thrown over the wood parquet floor at the foot of the bed.