Its time to style your bedside table beautiful with a stylish vignette.  Today I have some tips and inspiration on how to create a designer vignette on your bedside table that you will love.

 

Image | Adelaide Bragg & Associates

Size & Proportion

When shopping for a new bedside table, take the height measurements of your bed with you.  Choosing a bedside table that is the same height or slightly taller than the top of your mattress is considered a general rule to go by.

If you are looking for some extra storage, choose a bedside table with drawers or some space to place a storage basket underneath.  Having the extra storage with drawers will help you to keep your bedside table clutter free and looking beautiful all the time.

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Lamp

Add colour and interest to your bedside table with a bright lamp base or lamp shade.  Check that the height of your lamp is suitable for reading in bed or give your current lamp a makeover with a new shade.

Image | Anna Spiro

Artwork & Books

Look for something you love, frame a favourite photo or greeting card or a favourite paining you found on your travels.  You can buy some beautiful cards and they often make inexpensive beautifully framed pieces of artwork and they are the perfect size.

Image | Mark D. Sikes

Image | Mark D. Sikes

Decor

Add a few carefully chosen decor pieces to your bedside table.  Keep it simple, I like to decorate in groups of three next to my bedside table.  Flowers, lamp and my favourite perfume.

Change your styled bedside table often, and change out the perfume for a decorative jewellery box or small tray.

Styling pieces to use in your bedside table vignette.

  • Tray
  • Trinket box
  • books
  • Vase
  • Perfume
  • Flowers
  • Artwork

 

Image | Tigger Hall Design Instagram | Photographer – Tessa Ross Phelan

Flowers

Colour and texture can be added to your bedside table with a beautiful bunch of flowers.  Whether you hand pick them from the garden or spoil yourself with a fresh bunch of flowers from your local florist.

If you don’t have much room available, use a bud vase to make a smaller posy, or just add some greenery.  Style your bedside table beautiful for the week ahead.