What's On My Nightstand

4 Things Ayesha Curry Puts on Her Nightstand — And One Thing She Definitely Doesn’t

published Oct 29, 2021
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Our nightstand setup says a lot about how we like to end the day and start another. What’s On My Nightstand asks celebrities, entrepreneurs, and beyond what essentials they like to keep within arm’s reach. 

Ayesha Curry is seriously accomplished: she’s the author of family-centric cookbook “The Seasoned Life,” the host of Food Network’s “Ayesha’s Home Kitchen,” and the founder of “Sweet July,” a food and entertaining magazine, brick-and-mortar store, product line, and — most recently — production company.

But when she isn’t cooking up something new, Curry is all about spending time with husband Stephen and their three kids, Riley, Ryan, and Canon. As a busy entrepreneur, cook, and mom of three, you can imagine Curry needs some time to herself at the end of the day. In a recent interview with Apartment Therapy at Walt Disney World ‘s 50th anniversary celebration, she revealed all the items she puts on her nightstand to unwind after a long day and start the next one rejuvenated.

Himalayan salt lamp: “I have this Himalayan salt lamp. It’s very important to me, I take this thing very seriously. It has white noise, sound therapy, I can set it so it glows at a certain time in the morning to wake me up and to glow at a certain time of the night to shut it down.”

Journal and pens: “I always have a journal. I love old school pens and papers, so that’s always there.”

Mauli pillow mist: “I have a Mauli pillow spray I got for my birthday, and it’s for sleep.”

Crystals: “I’ve gotten into crystals recently. I have [a celestite rock] on my nightstand, I have lapis lazuli on my nightstand, and then I have a piece of pyrite — oh, and smoky quartz. They’re supposed to be energy clearing, and the smokey quartz is supposed to remove negativity. I think they help me sleep better.”

Things to avoid putting on the nightstand: “I try to avoid putting food on my nightstand and not to eat in my bed, I try. But my late night indulgence… I love a good bowl of cereal with almond milk.”

Thanks for chatting with us, Ayesha!