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If the bed is the star of the bed­room, then the hum­ble bed­side ta­ble is the sup­port act. Af­ter all, the bed­room isn’t ex­clu­sively for sleep­ing, and you’ll need some­where to stash bed­time read­ing or to lo­cate a read­ing light.

Zan­otta may not push de­sign bound­aries with its Taschino night stand, but the piece de­serves a nod due to its gen­er­ous stor­age space that’s ac­cessed by a drop-leaf open­ing.

“Are draw­ers no longer the done thing?” we over­heard some­one ask at Salone del Mo­bile. Ap­par­ently not: Kosi Night, a new night­stand from Zeitraum, is ac­cessed by mov­ing the ta­ble-top side­ways. Mean­while, Moon by Liv­ing Di­vani is the sum of two half cir­cles that open out­wards to re­veal an eas­ily ac­ces­si­ble stor­age space.

When look­ing for the per­fect night­stand, look for a ver­sa­tile piece you can use any­where that you need stor­age. Si­mon Le­gald’s Jalousi cab­i­net for Nor­mann Copen­hagen could be just the ticket. Its brightly coloured plas­tic roller shut­ter door may sug­gest that it stays in the study, but its wooden body is just as suited to the liv­ing room or the bed­room. What’s more, its move­able shelves make it easy to adapt to chang­ing needs.

Above (clock­wise): Zan­otta’s Taschino night stand de­serves a nod due to its gen­er­ous stor­age space; Moon by Liv­ing Di­vani is the sum of two half cir­cles that open out­wards; Kosi Night is a new night­stand from Zeitraum; Yamaha Mu­sicCast

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