By Carolina Elena. Side & End Tables. Published at Friday, July 20th, 2018 - 20:21:41 PM.
Of course, there’s no law that says you have to double up on end tables if the look doesn’t jibe with your space. A single tray table at the far end of this sofa preserves the inviting openness of the room, and the arrangement is evened out by the folding table that sits on the diagonal across from it.
The classic burled wood coffee table looks something like this: a huge knotty mass as the base with a circular glass top. Designers are getting creative by pairing it with modern furniture and light colors for a modern look. You may be lucky enough to score a table like this at a flea market or garage sale. Furniture dealers are pricing these beauties around $1,000.
Tables are the furniture items that are to find in abundance in a home performing different tasks and here we are to throw some light on the side tables which are mostly to see standing around the living room reclining chairs, sofas and at the end of every sitting plan!
This example of burled wood is so large it takes on the dimensions of a round dining table. The owner still chose to use it as an end table of sorts to display a grouping of decorative items, but I would even go so far as to use it in an eat-in kitchen.
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