By Juliet Marchetti. Side & End Tables. Published at Tuesday, July 17th, 2018 - 17:20:59 PM.
Feel free to use nontraditional objects — shipping crates, old suitcases, sewing machine stands, garden stools — as end tables. Just make sure they fall in step with the height and scale guidelines above so that they are conversation pieces rather than nuisances.
A gorgeous slice of tree trunk has been transformed into a polished and stylish coffee table. The wood element looks just right with the austere wood arm chairs and modern wood-framed fireplace. But the freeform amoeba-like table shape adds a casual air to what would otherwise be a fairly stiff room.
End tables are like the supporting players to a leading-lady sofa. They rarely get the glory, yet they're vital in their own low-key way. In addition to serving as a landing pad for lamps and a perch for cocktails, they can help to give a space a well-rounded, polished look. They whisper of a homeowner who pays attention to details.
Make your table stand out by choosing an unusual shape, such as this faceted and sculptural form made out of the familiar trunk stump. Stump end tables need not be limited to the living room. This one, along with the sheepskin rug, adds warmth and texture to this bathroom. A stumpy table is an obvious choice for a sunroom.
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