Published at Wednesday, June 27th, 2018 - 15:30:34 PM. 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.
When shopping for new living room accent tables, don't forget to consider these tables for other areas of the room. For example you can buy a second table that matches one of the ones that bookend your sofa and use it across the room. Because they have the same pattern and features, they will tie nicely together. Add a plant to it, use it to display family photos or let your iPad serve up an ever rotating slideshow from your recent family vacation. An accent table is perfect for this use. Since accent tables can vary in height, be sure you order one that will work for you. For example, a tall plant may work better on a slightly shorter accent table while you'll want photos to be up a bit higher.
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