By Hannah Watson. Side & End Tables. Published at Wednesday, March 28th, 2018 - 19:04:59 PM.
A formal sunroom getting a touch of relaxation with a cluster of stump tables.These stump tables act as nice transition to the outdoors and are especially appropriate in indoor/outdoor open air rooms.Don't forget these stumps can also function as simple stools, no matter what the weather.
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.
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.
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.
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