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Nightstands

When it comes to getting your bedroom organized, few things can help more than the right nightstand.

More than just a place to keep a glass of water by your bed at night, nightstands and bedroom end tables can declutter your bedroom, help you find the things you need in the morning more easily like cell phones and eyeglasses, or keep that book you've been trying to finish close at hand. The right nightstand can give you a place to safely organize your bedroom and reduce some of the anxiety you might feel at night not knowing where something is so you can relax at bedtime.

With a selection of stylish nightstands from Art Van, from modern designs to rustic wooden throwbacks and everything in between, you'll be able to find the perfect nightstand for bedrooms of any size or any decor style. Shop our nightstand collections online or in-store today and you just might find yourself sleeping a little more soundly.

Buying Guide

More than just a simple table at the end of your bed, the right nightstand can bring your room together, help you stay organized, and maybe even sleep a little better.

Understanding the different styles of nightstand available, as well as the benefits they can offer your home and bedroom, can help you make a more informed decision when it comes time to finally buy one.

What's your preferred style of home decor? Do you know what size nightstand you need? Do you have a color or wood preference? These are all important questions to ask yourself, and Art Van can help you do the research you need to make the right choice.

What Is A Nightstand?

Nightstands, by the simplest definition, are a low table designed to sit next to a bed, or fit inside a bedroom to add extra storage space. Within this framework, however, you can find a lot of variation to meet the storage and decoration needs of nearly any bedroom. Many nightstands offer enhanced storage options such as drawers, shelves, and even cabinet space underneath to help keep your bedroom organized and free of visible clutter for a better night's rest.

How Do You Use Nightstands?

The size and flexibility of nightstands makes them a perfect fit for practically any bedroom, no matter how much space you have or what you need to do with it.

Nightstands fulfill a similar role in a bedroom that living room end tables serve in a living room. With a smaller design and lower profile than other types of bedroom furniture such as dressers, nightstands are typically kept on either side of a bed to allow easy access to whatever you're storing on there. Most bedrooms usually only use one or two nightstands depending on how many people sleep in the room, and when two nightstands are used they're typically placed on opposite sides of the bed for easier access.

Most bedrooms use nightstands to hang onto things you might need to grab quickly at night, such as a glass of water or your glasses so you can get around safely, as well as providing safe and easy access to bedside lamps and phone chargers. If you're the sort that needs to read or check out social media on your phone, nightstands are a perfect place to set your book, phone, or tablet down at night without worrying about it getting lost or misplaced while you sleep.

The drawers underneath provide additional options for storage as needed. Nightstand drawers and shelves can be used as anything from bedroom junk drawers (perfect for stray phone chargers and that watch you don't want to lose) to book storage, or even displays of art or collectibles you've picked up along the way but don't quite have the room for in the living room or dining room.

With nightstands, you can solve different storage needs with one convenient, low-profile table that can find a home in even the most cramped bedrooms.

Nightstands, End Tables, & Bedside Tables – What's the Difference?

While shopping for the perfect nightstand, you might encounter different terms and meanings along the way.

Generally speaking, “nightstands”, “bedside tables”, and “bedroom end tables” all refer to the same design and type of table. The intention is clear for each one – bedside tables, just like nightstands, are designed to fit into the spaces alongside your bed for easy access and convenient storage for whatever you need to keep in your bedroom.

The only major difference is that the term “end tables” is more commonly used in living rooms, whereas “nightstands” or “bedside tables” are most often seen in bedrooms. Their design and intention are similar – a small side table, built to fit alongside larger furniture options, to increase storage without taking up more floor space, but end tables are typically designed for the living room, whereas nightstands and bedside tables are made for the bedroom to save space.

What Size Nightstand Do I Need?

There's no standards of measurement for nightstands, so while shopping for a nightstand you might start to wonder just what size nightstand you're looking for.

Generally speaking, the size of your nightstand will be influenced by two factors: the size of your room, and (perhaps more importantly) the size of your bed. Smaller homes or apartments may not have the most spacious bedrooms, and in those cases you'll want to look for a more narrow nightstand option to make sure you can fit one in on both sides as needed. Most nightstands are designed with compactness in mind, to help them fit alongside your current furniture, so after you take the necessary measurements in your bedroom you should have no trouble finding a nightstand of the right width.

When it comes to figuring out how tall your nightstand should be, the height of your current bed will be the biggest measurement to consider. After all, having a nightstand that's too short or too tall for your bed will just make everything too inconvenient to use, and that defeats the point of having a nightstand!

Before buying a nightstand, take time to measure both the height of your bedframe and factor in the size of your current mattress. Most (but not all) nightstands sit around 26-28 inches tall, so you'll need to make sure your mattresses and bed don't exceed that height, or come up too short. As there's no standard depth for mattresses (for instance, queen size mattresses can be anywhere between 9 to 16 inches deep) you'll want to make sure you have a good idea of your bed's height before you set off to find the perfect nightstand.

What Styles of Nightstands Can I Buy?

Modern nightstands are available in a nearly-endless variety of colors, styles, and types to fit in with any style of decor and any size bedroom, no matter if you want a more decorative touch or something more practical for storage purposes.

Types of Nightstand

While most nightstands are designed with similar goals in mind, there's subtle variations that you may prefer between them.

Many nightstands focus more on their use and practicality over aesthetic concerns. Storage nightstands, for example, are nightstands that are designed to focus more on storage needs and offer deeper drawers, additional shelves, and/or cabinet doors in many cases to help you better organize your bedroom. These are great for keeping books nearby, organizing clothes, or even just stashing smaller objects that you might lose elsewhere.

Other types of nightstand focus on providing a specific look to help accentuate the style you're going for in a room. Farmhouse nightstands, for example, offer a more rustic look made out of wood and brass to help add a more ‘soft' vintage feel to your room and can pair perfectly with other wooden bedroom furniture like beds or dressers. As mid-century modern design has experienced a well-deserved revival in many homes, mid century modern nightstands can offer the sleek mid century look in your home while still providing the same functionality as a standard nightstand.

On the other side of the coin, more contemporary looks like mirrored nightstands (nightstands made almost completely out of mirrored glass or other reflective material) or other modern, casual designs can help you create a more unique look that stands all on its own. The range of styles to choose from in finding a nightstand just might surprise you.

Nightstand Sizes

Nightstands don't come with a standardized size or measurement guide, so while you'll want to make sure your new nightstand will fit in your home you'll have plenty of options when it comes to size and shape. Most nightstands are built to be more rectangular in proportion, either taller than they are wide or wider than they are tall to help fit into most bedrooms. Tall nightstands often help fit into more narrow areas and offer more storage space, as they typically include additional drawers or more cabinet space to help you organize everything more easily.

The key to knowing what size nightstand you need to buy is to know how much space you have in your room, and what size your mattress is. Taller nightstands work with higher beds, but you don't want a big size difference between the two, so getting the right measurements and leaving some clearance between your nightstand and the top of your mattress will help things stay more comfortable.

Nightstand Colors & Materials

No matter what style or look you're going for, nightstands are available in a number of colors and materials to help you get the vibe you want. Many traditional nightstands are made out of wood in various colors – from bare, treated wood in shades like cherrywood, to full-on painted wood in colors such as black and white. Many modern nightstands are made from materials like glass, brass, and plastic to add a more modern look and texture without detracting from stability or build quality. When it comes to choosing the right color for your new nightstand, all you need to worry about is matching your bedroom furniture – the options from there will be plentiful.

Ready to Buy a New Nightstand?

Going for a rustic look? We got it. Want a sleek mirrored bedside table instead? Art Van is the place to go. Whatever size, style, or color of nightstand you need, we can help you find it. Shop our selection of bedroom tables and nightstands online, or visit an Art Van location near you to find the perfect nightstand for your bedroom. Who knows – it might just help you sleep better.