What's On Your Nightstand?

What's On Your Nightstand?

Beth Zeigler
Feb 11, 2010

One of our daily blog reads is Life According to Celia. She always introduces us to great clothes, easy recipes and whatever is on her mind. Yesterday, she mentioned that she recently participated in a series called, What's on Your Nightstand?

All this month, fellow blogger, Kate (from The Goodie Life) is asking her favorite writers to take pics of their nightstand. The ladies write in giving us a glimpse into their lives--and their bedside etiquette. Kate views a bedside table as a "public medicine cabinet" and we couldn't agree more. The voyeur in us took notice of a few things from this ongoing series. Some of the things we really liked;

Using the nightstand to store the books you read while traveling. The beside table can act as a memento of all your travels--a nice sentiment for the area where you lay your head.

One blogger opts to store her alarm clock in the hallway closet instead of using the bedside table. Her reasoning--the ticking keeps her awake and by stowing it far away, she has to get up in the morning to turn it off.

Celia uses the body of her lamp to hang whatever necklace she wore that day. It looks romantic and flirty and its a great temporary place for jewelry to live.

Apartment Therapy readers, what does your nightstand say about you? Is it a place for your cell phone and water glass to land? Or is it (as Kate says), a public medicine cabinet?

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(Images: The Goodie Life)

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