The bed may be the most prominent furniture in any bedroom, but the nightstands are essential pieces that have a significant effect on the style and character of the room. They frame the bed, and they’re an important storage element that facilitates everything you do from bed. If you’re looking for new pieces for any of your bedrooms, we’d like to introduce you to five beautiful solid wood nightstands with lots of mid-century modern charm.
All of our solid wood nightstands are made from highly attractive Northern Yellow Birch and are well protected by our proprietary Amber furniture finish. And, like all Heywood-Wakefield furniture, these nightstands are sturdily crafted to last for over 100 years.
Mid-Century Modern Solid Wood Nightstands
- Heywood-Wakefield’s Sculptura Night Stand – Our M 778 Sculptura Night Stand is simultaneously fun and elegant in that classically mid-century modern way. It has an open compartment and a drawer, offering display and storage space.
- Heywood-Wakefield’s Kohinoor Night Stand – Our M 148 Kohinoor Night Stand is fittingly named after a famous diamond that today can be found among the Royal Crown Jewels as the front piece in the Queen Mother’s Crown. This elegant nightstand also features drawer and an open compartment.
- Heywood-Wakefield’s Encore Night Stand – Our M 1528 Encore Night Stand packs a lot of mid-century modern flair into a simple piece. It was originally produced from 1956 to 1966, and we’ve recently reintroduced it into the current production catalog. This one too has an open compartment and a spacious drawer.
- Heywood-Wakefield’s Lamp Table with Drawer – Our M 793 G Lamp Table with Drawer is an attractive option if you prefer to flank a bed with more of an end table style than traditional solid wood nightstands. It’s a graceful piece with classic mid-century modern curves and angles, featuring a roomy drawer and a low shelf.
- Heywood-Wakefield’s Skyliner – Our C 3568 Skyliner offers another great alternative to a more traditional-looking nightstand. This piece has a strong Art Deco and mid-century modern vibe. It was first produced in 1939, and lives right at the cusp of “vintage” and “retro.” This piece also has a spacious drawer and a low shelf.