Harmony at Hand

Organize and equip your bedside

 


Experts say having a relaxed and calm bedroom is one of the keys to successful rest, and we’d argue that having a bedside table appointed with necessities can only further your desired atmosphere. A few good books, readers (essential for some!), a valet for your valuables including your smart phone and perhaps even a vase for a flower or two – all are great ideas. While brushing your teeth in bed is not the suggested routine, having some necessities close by will help make things efficient. Give yourself the best shot at not only a nicely styled bedside table, but a prepared one, as well.
 

 


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Between the World and Me by Ta-Nehisi Coates, How Democracies Die by Steven Levitsky & Daniel Ziblatt, Leaders Eat Last by Simon Sinek, Half-Light: Collected Poems 1965-2016 by Frank Bidart, all from Commonplace Books, Stone sphere bookend, $29, and marble and wood triangle bookend, $49, from West Elm
 


 


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Ceramic vase, $18, from Sara Kate Studios

Men’s aviator “quad” by Tavat, $490, and women’s modified cat’s-eye “Helen” by Kirk & Kirk, $480, from Physicians Optical

Open valet, $48, with TOKYObay watch, $80, from Urbane
 


 


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Couleur Nature marble tray, $65, holding S.M. Novella cuticle cream, $30, S.M. Novella Estate room spray, $80, and blessing bowl, $35, all from Bebe’s, as well as Nyakio eye and lip cream, $39, from Gretta Sloane

Elizabeth W sleep mask, $30, from Bebe’s
 


 


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Motto of the day card set, $14.95, from Plenty Mercantile

La Paris bamboo frame, $70, from Bebe’s

Agenda planner, $36, with gold pen, $12, from Sara Kate Studios
 


 


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William Yeoward wisteria carafe, $175 from Bebe’s

Elizabeth W eye pillow, $28 from Bebe’s
 


 

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