7 original bedside tables

7 original bedside tables

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Having to be as practical as it is aesthetic, the bedside table is the essential decorative element to perfect the sleeping area. So, would you like to welcome a model out of the ordinary into your home? With a bit of recuperation, diversion and imagination, here are some tips!

1. A wall bedside table

You could say it in suspension… For that, you just have to swap your classic bedside for a wall shelf to hang at bed height. You can put a book, an alarm clock, glasses and even a bedside lamp. You can find the tutorial from the table above here.

2. A bedside table stack of magazines

You really don't know where to put them? Why not transform them into a bedside table? We are of course talking about those magazines that you have an annoying habit - like us - of accumulating. Placed on top of each other and possibly held in place with a strap, they will serve as an ideal bedside table!

3. A ladder bedside table

It is the ideal solution for small spaces: divert a wooden ladder to transform it into a bedside table full of style. Leaning against the wall, your ladder bedside table can accommodate a plaid, a few candles or magazines. Obviously, it also works with a stepladder!

© The most DIY enthusiasts will be able to make a "custom-made ladder bedside table"

4. A crate bedside table

In the series of bedside tables that come to life thanks to the diversion of objects, we obviously opt for a crate! The recycled crate can do everything: placed vertically against the wall, it accommodates a few books and also allows you to place a bedside lamp or an alarm clock. You can also combine several for a larger bedside table.

5. A stool bedside table

The simplest solutions, as we know, are often the best. So for a bedside table at a bargain price that will prove extremely useful, we put on a wooden step, sold only for a few euros in decoration stores.

© Divert your Ikea step stool

6. A chair bedside table

A pretty bistro chair found in a flea market? To enhance it, why not divert it? Placed next to the bed, it acts as a bedside table by welcoming books, table lamp and candle. Chic and retro.

© Farrow and Ball It also works with an ottoman!

7. A hanging bedside table

A pretty bedside table that revolves in levitation is not magic. But it's very practical not to cut a few square meters when you are in a small space! To make it, just use a white one to attach directly to the ceiling using a rope. Then there may be alternatives: opt for a wooden board and secure it with two hooks like a swing. Or opt for a circular wooden tray to maintain with a macramé cord. In any case, your guests will envy you this unusual bedside table!