Hello everyone, hope you are all well! Today I really wanted to do a interior post of my newish bedside table. I am so obsessed with this, so much so I stare at it so much it's almost getting ridiculous.
Anyway, as I have had my room under go a mini makeover (quite a big one actually) I am slowly changing my furniture. The first main essential item I needed was a bedside table. I still actually have my old one, but I wanted a new one to fit in with my room. I actually got this from an antique shop in my local town/village (not to sure what one it is). I can't remember exactly how much it was but I think it was roughly around £100, which I though was really reasonable for a antique piece of furniture.
My top essential product to have in my bedside table is most probably my case of flowers. I always have to have some and they change on a weekly basis. I have yet to find peonys and my peony plants haven't yet produced any actual flowers, but nonetheless I love flowers and they make such a difference to my room.
Next is my Jo Malone candle. This is my second one, which was meant to be a birthday present for someone but I never saw them so I just decided to keep it for myself. This is by far my favourite scent and it really make my room feel more homely and warm and cosy.
For my birthday, my best friend gave me a nightlight which is actually so cute. It does creep me out when I look and it's almost just staring at me, but it's super cute and really completes my bedside table.
Finally, my chopping board. That most probably sounds really weird. I love white and grey marble at the moment, so I found this board and just covered it in sticky back plastic. I really like how it looks against the bedside table and just adds some texture to my room, but in a chic and refund way I feel.
So they are my bedside table essentials. I keep the majority of my stuff in the draws or just on my desk or window sill. I am loving the minimalist look so I do try and have as little as possible on it to be "junk free" (most of its on the bedroom floor). Anyway, I hope you have enjoyed this post and I will type to you soon!