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Top 5 Best Kids Nightstands

If you are like me you may be on the hunt for that perfect nightstand or bedside table! We have picked out our “Top 5 Best Kids Nightstands” for you to enjoy! Moving into a new room is exciting for kids, and choosing the perfect nightstand for your little one is very different than choosing a nightstand for yourself. Making sure it’s durable unique and the right size for them!

Keep reading after the jump to view our Top 5 Best Kids Nightstands!


  • The Elizabeth Element 1 of 5
    The Elizabeth Element
    This tree stump stool was created from a fallen Indiana Oak tree. It has been dried in the sun and sanded smooth. The sides of the stool are stained in a shade of white oak, while the top has been left natural
  • The Elizabeth Element 2 of 5
    The Elizabeth Element
    This cute little guy was created from a fallen Indiana Maple tree. He stands only 11" high.
  • West Elm 3 of 5
    West Elm
    Bring the outdoors in with this rustic side table. Because it's made of naturally fallen cypress trees, each of these solid-wood pieces is one of a kind.
  • True Modern 4 of 5
    True Modern
    Founded in 2005 by Edgar Blazona, TrueModern strives to create modern, minimalist furniture at an affordable price.
  • Elena Nunziata 5 of 5
    Elena Nunziata
    The 'little helpers' furniture collection, created by italian designer elena nunziata for her degree project at the university of the arts, london, focuses on providing educational and engaging furniture for use by children.

 

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The Elizabeth Element via here

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