what’s by your bedside?
by victoria comment


mid-century modern night stand and light fixure / sfgirlbybay

the denim daily.

as we start winding down for the holiday break, i’m prepping my bedroom in anticipation of doing a whole lotta nothing. no really — i am! i take off every holiday season for a couple of weeks to spend time with family, friends and just generally recharge my brain. i do that by not having anything scheduled (unless it’s something i love) and keeping my head open to new ideas. so i’m stacking up on good books to read, a 2016 journal to start noting new ideas for the upcoming year and just keeping things light. i look forward to sleeping in a little (if my pup lucy allows me to) and some lazy lolling about. i was thinking about bedside areas and how i like to keep mine simple — free of clutter and only display things i really love. here’s some really pretty bedsides to inspire you should you wish to do the same.

beside shelf with books and built-in reading light / sfgirlbybay


simple nightstand with mug, book and flowers / sfgirlbybay

avenue lifestyle.

low bedside table with potted plant / sfgirlbybay


modern black and white edroom furnishings / sfgirlbybay


modern bedroom with a low black bedside table and lamp / sfgirlbybay

elle decoration.

simple and modern white bedroom / sfgirlbybay

kristofer johnsson photography.

white bohemian bed with chair side table and hanging vine / sfgirlbybay

passion shake.

simple black and white bedroom with wood stool nightstand / sfgirlbybay


modern bedroom with marble and wood nightstand / sfgirlbybay

avenue lifestyle.

4 responses to “what’s by your bedside?”

  1. Cute post! As much as I love simplicity, I tend to clutter, especially the bedside table. A random “don’t forget note,” a mint, whatever books I’m reading, a lamp–and I like it. Right now, I’m reading Gilbert’s “Big Magic” and loving it. XO

  2. Love the look of that first bedside table! There’s nothing more comforting than the warmth of natural woods and the drawer is nice for storing away small bedside items.

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