From framed photographs to vintage lamps, what your favorite celebrities keep on their nightstands.
A jeweled brass stool by Kelly Wearstler is placed next to a sumptuous canopy bed in Ellen Pompeo's California home.
At Diane von Furstenberg's New York City home, a pair of circa-1935 table lamps by T. H. Robsjohn-Gibbings flank the fashion designer's bed.
In Malibu, California, Patrick Dempsey's wood bedside table is accented with a lamp from Blackman Cruz.
In New Mexico, Jane Fonda keeps framed photographs beside her bed, which has a headboard of the actress's own design.
The Mexico bedroom of George Clooney features a pair of nightstands by Legorreta + Legorreta.
At the California home of Ellen DeGeneres and Portia de Rossi, a 17th-century Tuscan table from Richard Shapiro Antiques and Works of Art (at right) serves as one of the master bedroom's two nightstands.
A pair of swing-arm sconces make for easy bedtime reading in the New York City apartment of actress Julianna Margulies.
In the master bedroom of Sheryl Crow's California home, tulips sit beside a four-poster by Jayson Home & Garden.
A collection of light blue vases is complemented by a Sandra Jordan alpaca plaid in the New York City bedroom of casino mogul Steve Wynn.
Two oversize lamps clad in Calvin Klein fabric furnish the California bedroom of Jennifer Aniston.
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