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How to combine the bedside tables with the bed, but above all, how to make modern and functional choices? Discreet appearances in the sleeping area as in the living room, modern bedside tables are support solutions that accompany different moments of daily life and cannot be missing in home furnishings. To choose them, the first aspects to take into consideration are the spaces available and practicality since – as the name implies – they must above all be comfortable to use. To the classic bedside table with drawers are therefore added several other options, including coffee tables and magazine racks. Bedside tables and tables do not necessarily have to be combined with the bed or other furnishing elements in the room, and this opens the way to original combinations and solutions that can also include different accessories in line with the needs and tastes of everyone.

Tower bedside table

Tower
Coffee table with structure in lacquered steel and top in natural marble (also available in wood).

For those looking for an easy support surface for their evening readings, or simply for an alarm clock and smartphone, the Tower bedside table is the choice. Its linear design is refined and minimalist, in the name of lightness and discreet elegance, enhanced by the natural marble top. The veins of the stone enrich the charm of this versatile and multitasking piece of furniture. And if needs change, it can easily be moved into the living area and used as a side table next to the sofa.

Igloo and Esa bedroom side tables

A refined and highly functional solution that allows to double the support space in an instant? Here are the Igloo curved crystal bridge tables, to be placed one on top of the other and then extracting the lowest only when needed. Lightweight and resistant, they are available in three color variants, namely dove gray, black / white and transparent, to make it easier to combine with the bed.

Esa coffee tables
Esa coffee tables with solid wood structure and lacquered steel top.

A similar effect can also be recreated with the coffee tables to be used as Esa bedside tables, characterized by a hexagonal-shaped top and available in two different sizes just to be combined and superimposed if necessary. The solid wood structure is perfect for the warm and welcoming atmosphere of the sleeping area, while the colors and geometric lines add a modern and original touch that will conquer the most creative and unconventional souls.

Tiffany bed breakfast table

Tiffany coffee table
Tiffany coffee table with solid wood structure, lacquered steel top. Optional aluminum tray.

When mornings can start calmer, breakfast in bed is a pleasure to indulge in. To do this with maximum comfort, there is the Tiffany coffee table with a solid structure in solid oak or walnut, the top in lacquered steel available in different colors and a matching tray that can be placed on the bed, while the coffee table remains as an additional table top next to you.

Alfred and Fan bedroom coffee tables and magazine racks

Alfred coffee table
Alfred coffee table with magazine rack in lacquered steel and top in natural oak veneer.

For the well-informed who want to have their favorite newspapers and weeklies always at hand, even for a last read before going to sleep, the ideal bedside table is the one that doubles as a magazine rack. Like Alfred, the practical round table whose central structure in lacquered steel is designed to house magazines or books. A solution that combines the originality of the design with functionality, and that can be customized by choosing the essences of the top and the different colors of the base. Alternatively, why not opting for a magazine rack like Fan? Its shape resembles that of an open fan, and between its shelves there is space for all the desired readings, that can also be organized by period or theme, thus allowing to find everything in an instant.