Translation:I put it away in the nightstand drawer.
A nightstand (one word) used to be an appliance or piece of furniture that would contain a chamber pot and was usually located next to a bed.
I seem to remember that they use to refer to human waste as "night soil" so there may be some connection there.
I looked up "nightstand" and the name seems to have been first used in 1852, https://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/nightstand
It seems that in North America when indoor plumbing appeared and chamber pots disappeared nightstands were re-purposed into what they really are, bedside tables.
The name seems to have been retained and I thought they were both interchangeable, but here on Duo these sentences seem to only accept nightstand.
Earlier version of this lesson said "bedside table" for "la table de chevet". This version says, "nightstand drawer". I assume, the next iteration would say, "nightstand table" and this would go on continuing.....
The only thing constant in life is change.
What a unique way to realize this proverb, Duo!