Published at Friday, June 29th, 2018 - 02:51:15 AM. Side & End Tables. By Gianna Orlando.
That said, they can be tough to get right. They come in a daunting array of styles, sizes and finishes, and because you typically need two rather than one, you want to be doubly sure you choose winners. I've had a harder time shopping for end tables than any other piece in my living room — I've waffled over heights, surfaces, base styles and materials in an effort to strike the perfect balance of function and finishing touch. When I find it, I'll let you know.
The new end tables for fall 2012 clearly point in two opposite directions. On the one side, look for sturdy, wide tables in simple cylindrical forms: hourglass, barbell or stocky pillar. On the other, watch for legs so fine, skinny and dainty that you'd swear the tabletops might float away. Finishes are doing the same opposing act, either leaning toward bright, golden metallics or going the opposite way in flat, monochromatic black and white. Compare and contrast these fat and skinny tables to decide which trend you'll follow.
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