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Bedside-Bone inlay Nightstand-End table -: Today, no bedroom is truly complete without at least one bedside table. Used on a daily basis, this staple piece of bedroom furniture is required to be robust and durable.

However, in addition to being responsive to daily wear-and-tear, modern bedside tables have transcended this basic functional role to become important contributors to the ambiance and style of a room.

A nightstand, alternatively night table or bedside table, is a small table or cabinet designed to stand beside a bed or elsewhere in a bedroom. It serves the role of a coffee table during nighttime hours, at a person bedside.

Bone Inlay Interior Furniture’s bedside tables & cabinet are thoughtfully designed. Bedside tables and dressers provide storage and style in the bedroom.


Ornate and eye-catching, bone inlay furniture make striking home decor pieces.

It has the ability to tie a whole space together, adding a dash of excitement with its individual character and tapestry of colours, textures and patterns.

And while the style has ancient roots, we’re confident that these furnishings have a place in a contemporary home,

and that it’s an art form that has, and will continue to, stand the test of time.

If you’d like to learn more about our Indian bone inlay furniture–three-drawer tables, chest drawrs, mirrors,bone inlay box, bone inlay stool, bone inlay bedside, bone inlay coffee table, bone inlay tray  bone inlay nightstand and many more

more–please don’t hesitate to get in touch. Please note that we only work with ethical suppliers who use the bone of

camels that have died of natural causes; no animals were killed for the purpose of making these items.

We source a select number of bone inlay furniture in limited colorways, so if you have your heart set on something specific we recommend pre-ordering to avoid missing out


Bone inlay refers to an ancient decorative technique that involves embedding delicate, hand-carved pieces of bone into the surface of an object.The result makes for a striking pattern–often floral,Quatrefoil or geometric–of contrasting colours and materials that ad surface splendour to any room.

The origins of the technique are Turky,but what we do know is that it has transcended countries, centuries and civilizations,with evidence of it in the embellished furniture of ancient Egypt, lacquer ware of 18th Century Japan, and the architecture Erected during India’s Mughal Empire