Published at Wednesday, June 27th, 2018 - 04:50:52 AM. Accent Tables. By Irune Rivero.
If you think I'm exaggerating, guess again. More than a few bathrooms have accent tables displaying flowered vases or baskets filled with decorative hand soaps. Many finished basements have accent tables exhibiting collectibles and other decorative objects. There are even garages that have older, unused accent tables keeping a few trusty tools within constant reach. And of course there are the attics - it's uncommon to see a finished attic that doesn't have at least one or two accent tables adding to the room's ambiance.
People who have small living rooms have been known to use small accent tables in place of end tables to deal with the issue of space. It's also not uncommon to see an accent table brightening up a spacious entryway or providing decoration for an empty hallway. Some people even use accent tables in their bedrooms as a space for their alarm clocks and decorative accents. You could literally find uses for accent tables in every room in the house.
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