Sleep is essential to good health, so creating a welcoming ambience in the bedroom is an absolute must. After all, we spend around one third of our life in bed. And here at MADE.COM, we believe having thoughtfully designed and highly functional bedroom furniture helps get you in the mood for catching some quality ZZZs. Which is where mid-century design, with its curvy looks and focus on practicality, comes in to tick all those boxes. Explore our retro bedside tables in solid woods and rich inviting tones, featuring large surface areas for bedside lights, books and water-filled tumblers.
Spacious and sophisticated
Nothing screams sophisticated more than retro. So, whether you're a veteran car boot sale addict or just love a vintage vibe (or both), you'll find a retro bedside cabinet to suit you here at MADE. If the 50s are your thing, check out our space-age styles with more than a hint of Sputnik about them, or go all-out Scandi with walnut-stained oak retro bedside tables featuring brass embellishments for a warm touch. And the best part? All of these designs have got loads of room for your nighttime bits and bobs.
Try a square look
Our talented in-house designers have captured the spirit of vintage by combining lacquered finishes, solid wood and geometric metal frames for a cool look that remains ultra-current. Keep an eye out for details like crossbars and hessian fronts that make your space look modern and inviting, as well as generous drawers for storing bedtime essentials such as eye masks, ear plugs and chargers. Pair these retro bedside cabinets with matching chests to create a 70s theme.
Or go all-out curvy
While Victorian furniture was a bit stuffy, by the time the 50s and 60s rolled around, furniture had evolved to be softer and totally fit for purpose. Our mid-century-inspired vintage bedside tables embrace this era, with soft lines and chunky looks combined with wide, generously proportioned drawers. Plus, they feature rounded corners that you won't catch your leg on when climbing into bed. Clever hidden drawers keep stuff close at hand yet tucked away, while raised surfaces are made for placing lamps, photos and pot plants on.