By Juliet Marchetti. Accent Tables. Published at Wednesday, May 23rd, 2018 - 15:48:59 PM.
This takes a bit of design know-how, however. You have to find a common thread that ties all the tables together so they look like they belong. That's not to say they have to match, only that they complement one another. For example, you can choose new living room tables that are all different sizes, but share the same basic veneer pattern on the top, such as a sunburst or compass.
People who have small living rooms have been known to use small accent tables in place of end tables to deal with the issue of space. It's also not uncommon to see an accent table brightening up a spacious entryway or providing decoration for an empty hallway. Some people even use accent tables in their bedrooms as a space for their alarm clocks and decorative accents. You could literally find uses for accent tables in every room in the house.
Accent tables come in a wide variety of shapes, designs and colors. Whether you prefer accent tables that are made from steel, crafted from wood, designed using glass, or accent tables that have been upholstered, there are literally hundreds to choose from. And as varied as the accent tables themselves are, there are quite a number of uses for them as well.
They come in different sizes that make it easy to find one that suits your taste and home. They come in many different styles, round, square or longer but narrow width for hall ways. You will find most tables are made from wood, which allows for very unique designs. The tabletop is usually of wood, but marble is used to add richness to the table.
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