The San Francisco Decorator Showhouse 2014 guest bedroom mixes museum-quality case goods that are perfectly at home in a stately historic room. Designer Melanie Coddington added luxurious designer details, such as two-toned window treatments, a sumptuous blue bed, and a large floral area rug that ties the entire space together.
A detailed look at this antique nightstand reveals a delicate, Asian-inspired vignette etched into the wooden surface. Behind the nightstand, patterned wallpaper adds youthful energy and movement to the bedroom, as well as accentuates the gilded edges of an antique mirror.
Designer Genevieve Gorder used an antique sewing machine as a nightstand in her master suite on HGTV's "Genevieve's Renovation." A simple white vase with decorative branches complements the weathered appearance of the hand-carved bed from India.
Twin beds and built-in canopies in this cottage-style bedroom allow for comfortable rest and relaxation. Patterned wallpaper enlivens the room and helps balance the vintage details, such as the gilded mirror, antique nightstand and chandelier.
A burl wood headboard and antique nightstand feature carved botanical motifs that tie in with the room's bedding and art. In this whole-house renovation project, the homeowner wished to incorporate some sentimental pieces while creating an overall space that's light, bright and updated.
The three-drawer chests that act as nightstands and blend neoclassic and midcentury-modern design include antique brass handles, brass caps on the feet and handsome walnut fronts with black painted sides.
A guest bedroom plays tribute to yesteryear by repurposing an antique typewriter table into a useful nightstand. Contemporary furnishings and wallpaper blend with the table and other antiques for a put-together-over-time look.
A closer look at the end table reveals a fun find: a gold vase shaped like three hands turned down. When matched with an antique lamp, the vignette feels avant-garde and true to Los Angeles' unexpected style.