Nightstands for Every Budget

Nightstands are important: They are one of the last things we see before we go to bed and one of the first things we see when waking up. They house essential items including reading glasses, phone chargers, treasured novels…the list goes on and on! Everyone needs a nightstand (or two), so why not find a great one? You will be seeing a lot of it, after all.

Read on to see some of our favorite finds at every price point. 

Under $100


Source: Mariannan

 


Hemnes Nightstand $69.99, IKEA

 


Arley Accent Table $79.99, World Market


Three Hands End Table $89, Gilt.com

Under $200


Source: Camille Styles

 

Edie Side Table $149, One Kings Lane 

       

X Base Accent Table $139.99, Overstock


Finley Nightstand $169, Urban Outfitters

 

Under $300


Source: Danielle Moss’ Apartment Tour, Apartment Therapy


Ellery Nightstand $249, One Kings Lane

Mirage Mirrored Accent Table $269, Grandinroad
 


Mid-Century Nightstand $254, West Elm (product from feature image)

Which of the above tables do you like best? What’s your style: mirrored or wooden, modern or classic? Tell us!

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    • disqus_WYqc6UdbGR

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  • Nicole

    Just bought that X base accent table from Overstock yesterday! Good to know I’m not the only one who loves that it 🙂

  • Michelle

    In love with the Mid Century Modern nightstands!

  • kgstyle

    That Arley accent table is Ah-MAZING!
    So different.

  • LL

    I love my nightstand! Got it on sale for $50 at Marshalls. Even the saleslady had to double check the price tag to make sure it rang up correctly because the quality its great. It was originally a lot more expensive so I’m guessing that’s why it didn’t sell! Always on the lookout for a bargain. 🙂