My night stand isn’t so much a night stand as a small bookshelf. Since I already have the bookshelf and my piano in my room, I didn’t see the need to get a dedicated night stand. I like how spacious the top is, though I don’t have a lot of things on it at the moment.
For the most part, you’d find the books I’m currently reading, my iPad, my Kindle and some simple decoration. At the moment, the books I have lying there are The Miniaturist by Jessie Burton and Shadow and Bone by Leigh Bardugo.
On my iPad I have non-fiction review copies of Girls, Texts, Cultures by Clare Bradford and Post-TV: Piracy, Cord-Cutting and the Future of Television by Michael Strangelove. As for my Kindle, it houses a collection of ebooks that I hope to read in the near future.
Since I’m almost always in the midst of multiple books, I’m glad I now have my make-shift night stand to keep. Up till recently I never had a night stand. For years I used to leave things on the floor beside my bed. A night stand is just so much neater.
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