By Hannah Watson. Accent Tables. Published at Monday, July 02nd, 2018 - 17:59:19 PM.
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.
There are many different styles of accent tables and other furniture. They can come as small round tables that go beside a chair or larger round ones that do the same. You can get half round accent tables that would go perfectly up against a wall. Then there are rectangle ones that could be used as cocktail tables or as a coffee table in the center of the room.
O.K. Your room is all finished. Well, almost finished. Something still doesn't quite look right and even though you have all the major players in place - the sofa, love seat, a couple of occasional chairs and a coffee table - something still feels as if it is missing. Well, if just could be small accent tables. Smaller than an end table, sofa table or console, these tables are one of the most important pieces of furniture you can have. Ask any designer and they will tell you that they are not only functional and practical, but versatile as well.
Accent tables as end tables are really popular these days, largely because you can mix and match them, but also because they allow you to show off a bit of your personality, choosing pieces that not only fit the space well, but reflect your style and personal tastes.
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