Tips for a Clutter-Free Bedroom Nightstand

All bedrooms could use more storage, which makes nightstands key. But how do you keep them clutter-free? Designers share their top tips for keeping nighttime necessities at hand without turning the bedside table into a catchall.

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In a small bedroom, a diminutive (but storage-rich) nightstand is best. Choose a piece with feet to create the impression of more open floor space. As you arrange your essentials on the nightstand, designer Holly A. Kopman suggests considering the necessities — "Always have a spot to put a glass of water" — as well as the serenity of the space. "I try to encourage people not to keep too many things plugged in by the bed, because it can interrupt your sleep," she says. "Instead, consider displaying a small but meaningful piece of art."

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