You can tell a lot about a person from their bedside table. A modern piece with just enough surface area for a carafe and an alarm clock is the sign of a minimalist. A large bedside table stacked with books, lighting, and flowers is the sign of a classicist (probably reading Jane Austen or something). A retro table, the likes of Jonathan Adler, shows a soft spot for yesteryear, while a bone-inlay nightstand indicates a flair for eclectic style. Scroll down to find a bedside table that says just what you want it to say.
Restoration Hardware Maison Closed Nightstand ($635 and up)
Anthropologie Deco Bone Inlay Nightstand ($698)
ABC Carpet & Home Fresco Lacquered Nightstand ($795)
Bungalow 5 Ming Navy Grasscloth Side Table ($1350)
Jonathan Adler Channing Large End Table ($995)
Which bedside table are you diggin'? Tell us below.