Bed bugs will also tend to nest in the baseboards along the bottoms of the walls, along the molding, under loose flooring or carpet, etc. But the extremes of their nesting locations are often relative to the numerical extent of the infestation, its source of origin, and how it is managed. Bed bugs, for example, nesting in the ceiling may indicate that they had entered the room and/or are spreading via the ceiling.
Bed bugs infest and nest in clutter that is often scattered around a typical bed - such as in shoeboxes stored underneath or in boxed documents and photos. They may be found in nightstands as well as in objects placed on them. Or they may hide amongst clothes lying about in the room.
There's more advice elsewhere on the site, but there's one key rule if you are a renter that you MUST adhere to: ALWAYS talk to your landlord before doing anything on your own.
Why? Because you might do something that would give your landlord an excuse not to pay for treatment. Doing something on your own always carries a risk that you will spread the bedbugs (foggers are notorious for doing this) or make your problem worse. Some places have local regulations that require certain types of treatments. If you try to do it yourself, your landlord may latch onto that and say that whatever you did is actually what's responsible for the problem. So always make sure you have at least talked to them and informed them of what you're planning to do.