By Savannah Pérez. Side & End Tables. Published at Friday, July 20th, 2018 - 20:05:14 PM.
Depending on your space, you may need a narrow end table to do the job. And since your shape is limiting, here’s a wonderful way to stylize the top and create a fashion-forward entry. Mirrored end tables will have a more modern vibe, which means you need to think about accessorizing it in a more modern way. These sparkling, golden accents are the best way to brighten a bright space and add a feminine sophistication to this small area.
Do you adore the natural gnarly look of tree trunk stumps and burled wood and wonder how you can bring that look into your home without it looking too rough and rustic? The good news is that a small dose in the form of an end or coffee table is just the right amount of organic shape to balance your home's more streamlined, angular furniture.
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.
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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