By Carolina Elena. Side & End Tables. Published at Friday, July 20th, 2018 - 20:21:41 PM.
These tables break the height rule, but they work for two reasons: One, the tables' bottom tiers sit below the sofa arms and within easy reach. And two, the floor-to-ceiling windows and draperies elongate the space visually, so the composition can stand a boost in elevation, exaggerated by the pair of lamps.
Sometimes all you need is a fresh and simple accessory to spruce things up. Just check out this modern, black end table highlighted by a bundle of gorgeous tulips. Giving the space a revitalized feel and feminine tone, that’s how easy it can be to style an end table and still fit within your vision.
The number-one question when choosing an end table: How tall should it be? The rule of thumb is that its surface area should be equal to or just below the height of the sofa arms. For a standard sofa, that’s around 25 inches, but get out the measuring tape to be sure (I did, and it’s a good thing — the arms on mine hit 28 inches). Most end tables are between 22 and 30 inches.
They help to keep your personal items and refreshments like mobile phones, drinks and coffees in arm reaching while going through a comfortable sitting experience! So, if you are in search of some outstanding side or end tables that will complement your particular indoor or outdoor sitting furniture sets and plans then you can just go with the DIY projects! Market prices of side tables can be higher so you making some side tables at home can be taken into consideration to save a lot of your hard earned money!
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