WHICH BEDSIDE TABLES WOULD YOU CHOOSE?

I was thinking about saving this question for next week’s One Room Challenge update but with only a handful of weeks to go, I really need to order these ASAP! If you’ve followed along with weeks one and two, you know I’m looking to switch out the bedside tables in our guest bedroom for something more functional. There is already a lot of color in the room between the navy headboard, cobalt and white drapes, and to-be-decided bamboo dresser so I want to keep it super simple on the nightstands.

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{Option one, $299}

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{Option two, $349}

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{Option three, $169}

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{Option four, $249}

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{Option five, $395}

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{Option six, $349}

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{Option seven, $149}

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{Option eight, $299}

Help a sister out?!

P.S. I just saw that the bedside tables in our master bedroom are currently 20% off!

54 thoughts on “WHICH BEDSIDE TABLES WOULD YOU CHOOSE?

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  1. #1 – for storage & the simplicity of all white, not even knobs
    #7 – for the pretty lines
    #8 – for storage & interesting side detail

    The others are nice, but not as interesting to me. I love seeing the progress of your decorating!

  2. The belles vote in with option six. It has a good surface are, room for display and space for hiding the junky stuff that you want near the bed but don’t need adding clutter. They are also timeless and blend with style you are trying to achieve…just sayin’

    a&a

  3. i think for a bedside table, even in a guest room, you always want to have a drawer. especially if this could ever be re-purposed for a kid’s room, etc. that said i like option six best because of the brass (it loses functionality if this was an actual bedside table in a non-guest room, though) and follow that closely behind with option 1!

  4. My vote would be 1, 3 or 8! I like in number 3 that the shelf at the bottom still has walls around the 3 sides so what’s on the shelf isn’t seem from every angle if that makes any sense.

  5. I like 3 and 8! I guess I like the more traditional square corners with the top drawer and a traditional drawer pull! Can’t wait to see it when its all done!

  6. I like option 1 and you could probably just pick out a knob separately and have it added to the drawer.
    Option 6 is great too – I love the white/gold combination.

  7. Love number 8! So simple, but still an interesting detail on the legs. Can’t wait to see how this turns out! Used your blog as inspiration when i redecorated my bedroom navy and white this past year 🙂

  8. While I don’t have an opinion on which you should choose, I do have a ‘something to think about’ point: I always appreciate a bedside table with a drawer to keep things tucked away and keep from cluttering up the look of a nicely styled bedside table. Just my two cents.

  9. I’m torn between Option 2 and Option 8. Option 8 may help tie in the bamboo dresser without being matchy matchy. Can’t wait to see the finished product!