Bedside Eyeglass Storage

Bedside Eyeglass Storage

Sarah Rae Smith
Sep 2, 2008

This weekend we switched out our night stands and are in need of a new home to rest our eyeglasses at night. The search began as we found everything from Muppets to Retro and Classic to Modern. Check them out after the jump...

We knew that we wanted to avoid eyeglass holders that resembled over-exaggerated body parts (typically giant noses) and most forms of wildlife (bass, goats, sheep, eagles) that wear your glasses while you sleep. That being said, we are horrible about hanging onto pouches of any kind, or actually using them. So check out the finds below to see if any of them would have a place by your bed as well.

We spotted this crocheted "Ernie" Eyeglass Holder over on Craftzine. You can check it out here. It's not exactly design-forward in nature, but it's just so darn cute we had to mention it.

Your glasses don't have to rest on the face of a Muppet to be safe from scratches. This leather valet tray should do the trick nicely. It is also a great spot to keep your watch or rings as well. They come in multiple colors and personalization is also offered.

These laminated-fabric trays come in dozens of colors. There are more and more colors/patterns each month. So if there isn't something you see now, check back later!

While hunting for eyeglass holders, we hadn't really expected to come across anything from a spa supplier. But we love the idea of this simple holder that could be painted or stained (or just sealed) to match your decor. It could either be attached to a wall just as it is, or the side of your night stand even.

Photos courtesy of the retail websites supporting the product.

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