When I was growing up (as a child of the late 80s and early 90s) stylish bedside tables were something you purchased as part of a bedroom suite, mostly. At least that’s how I remember it.
Flash forward a few years, and thankfully the times have changed. Bedside tables are now designer items in their own right. And I love that you can buy them as single pieces to change up the look of your room over time. I also adore that you can secure so many bedside table these days without spending a lot of cash.
Of course, if money is no object (I’m still wanting a client who’ll say that to me!), then feel free to splurge away on designer bedside tables – you have my permission.
I’ve included 11 stylish bedside tables in the slideshow below, and there’s a good mix of skimp and spend pieces in there. The bedside in the photo above is from Snooze.
If you’re after bedside tables that veer away from the traditional, I have a collection of kooky alternative bedside table ideas for you in this post that might take your fancy.
Dirt Cheap to Designer: Stylish Bedside Tables
Industrial side table from Kmart, $25 – Click to Shop.
Tyssedal bedside table from IKEA, $129 – Click to Shop.
Andi one-drawer bedside table from Super Amart, $159.95 – Click to Shop.
Curved terrace bedside table from West Elm, $299 – Click to Shop.
Etnicraft Oak Air Nightstand from RJ Living, $395 – Click to Shop.
Universo Positivo bedside table from Globewest, $525 – Click to Shop.
Vintage Boerge Mogensen bedside from Dansk Vintahe, $560 – Click to Shop.
Ascot Bedside table from Globewest, $660 – Click to Shop.
Antique Mirror bedside table from Vavoom, $960 – Click to Shop.
Halo Bedside Table from Zuster, $3950 – Click to Shop.
Egg Cup from Mark Tuckey, POA – Click to see more.
Over to you!
Are there any stylish bedside tables you’ve seen on your travels that you can share with me and TLC readers?
I’d love to know where you scored a bargain from (or splurged a bit!). Drop a comment below and share your bedside table ideas with us.