The midcentury modern nightstand features a dark wood frame with light wood drawers in front of a graphic, neutral wallpaper. The area rug below provides a pop of red color complimented by the red flowers on the nightstand. A gold spike trinket and sleek modern vases join the flowers for an intriguing mix of texture in the decor. A blank pendant light hangs above.
The high-low mix strikes again in the form of midcentury-modern nightstands. Picked up from a local flea market for a cool $50, the original finish was stripped with an orbital sander, and new life was given to each table with a sprayed coat of high-gloss fire-engine red gloss paint. In order to protect the water-based paint, two coats of clear polyurethane were sprayed once the red was dry.
This pale blue midcentury modern master bedroom features a blue geometric-pattern rug, midcentury-style nightstands with blue table lamps, a wooden bed with a cushioned table at the foot, and a large neutral dresser beneath a large piece of artwork.
The beautifully textured finish of this blue nightstand pops against the white walls. The uniquely shaped black table lamp catches the eye and adds height to the display. Finished with a pastel green planter and decorative box, the details create a simple and stylish display.
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.
With a 4,366-square-foot floor plan, this townhouse had plenty of space for five bedrooms. Thus, an upholstered headboard, midcentury nightstand, antique dresser and faux-fur rug create an eclectic spot for guests upstairs.
A platform bed anchors the far side of the room, with two midcentury nightstands offering a place for books. Overhead, two yellow sconces complement the armchairs in the corner and so tie the space together.