Cravings for a new nightstand

Who knows? Maybe I'm just overwhelmed by this whole move being postponed for a bit and it's got me craving everything I pretty much want but definitely don't need. Though, a nightstand at this moment wouldn't do me wrong. It's something I think about constantly as I conclude my night. I'm often reading a book, or just using my phone for a bit before I hit the lights and just that comfort of having the things that make you feel at ease. A simple nightstand is one. 

I'm feeling the ones above, listed from bottom to top (left to right) "Yeh Wall Table" designed by Kenyon Yeh for Menu. It's beautifully designed and I'm just a fan to its entirety when it comes to the Scandinavian Design House.  Secondly, the eye capturing "Key Side Table" designed by Gamfratesi for Hem in Stockholm. I've seen these around the internet, not to vaguely, but when I do run into them I catch myself staring for more than usual, rather than any commonly designed side table. Last listed above, a floating nightstand that also has some shelving, designed by Urbansize, a small Scandinavian inspired design team for Not On The High Street in UK. I'll do anything for something that floats and doesn't require legs. It just looks so much cleaner. 

The beautiful "Lina Side Tables" are designed by Cox&Cox in UK. I'm stunned by the grey and ash-wood legs pair to make a captivating combo that could make any bright corner in a bedroom or living room pop. Greenery always makes up for that too! 

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