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Wednesday 19 December 2018
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STYLEHUNTER COLLECTIVE
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Style On The Side – Bedside Table Styling

Is your bedside table notorious for holding clutter? Do you wish it looked a bit more stylish and organized?

Bedside table styling

The bedside table is an important element in a bedroom as it balances each side of the bed and is practical for displaying décor that is close to you. Usually your bedside table is the first surface to greet you in the morning so it makes sense to get rid of the clutter and have a few stylish pieces displayed for a happy start to your day.

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Bedside tables can vary in size and shape. It seems anything can be a bedside table providing it has a flat surface to display wares on.

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The most common décor pieces that are displayed on a bedside table include a lamp, photoframe and a vase or small decorative ornament. Layering through the use of books and trays adds a new element to the look.

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When organizing your pieces, place the tallest item at the back of the bedside and gradually add the next level pieces to not only create a cohesive look, but to ensure each item is seen on the bedside.

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Adding a copper tea light or lamp can add the right touch to instantly update a bedside.

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A lamp and small vase of flowers makes for an elegant look.

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Use colour to add an element of happy to your bedside. Match books with the displayed décor pieces to create a balanced look.

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Here are a collection of pieces that you can add to your bedside display.

 

What do you use for a bedside table and what do you have displayed on your bedside?

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Rebecca Senyard

Rebecca Senyard is a plumber by day, stylist by night, but these days she changes more nappies than washers. She is a mum to three young daughters who she styles on a regular basis. Rebecca blogs at The Plumbette and Styled by Bec, believing a girl can be both practical and stylish. Follow her on social media including INSTAGRAM @styled_by_bec : PINTEREST styledbybec : FACEBOOK http://www.facebook.com/theplumbette


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