By Si1tii190. Accent Tables. At Saturday, August 24th 2019, 19:27:34 PM.
Every room has one. That space in your home that just seems empty. Yet, many pieces of furniture are simply too large or bulky to fit the space available. So, you end up doing without, rather than putting in something that is too large or would end up looking out of place.
After deciding on style, theme and other particulars, finding the perfect accent table for that empty space will be easy. You can shop online for it and you won't have to fight crowds, bad weather, traffic snarls and cranky kids or sales associates. With so many to choose from online, it will be easy to find just the "right one" to finish that room with the perfect decorating touch.
In contrast to end tables, accent tables don't come in pairs and are more ornate and embellished than your average end table. This allows you to add a little flair and flourish to your room by adding an accent table here or there that is in contrast to the other furnishings. An accent, if you will, to your other décor.
Keep in mind that these tables can be ordered to keep your individual tastes, which is good news for those who like something a little unique. Brighter colors can be used to liven up your living room or earthier tones can be used if you want something understated. It is all up to you when you buy furniture accent tables, as the manufacturers want to give you as many options as possible. In the end, this should be a durable piece of furniture that is part of your living room for the foreseeable future, so make sure that you make the right decision when you buy.
For a more rustic look in the yard, nothing beats those made of Northern White Cedar. Over time, the table will weather beautifully, taking on a silvery appearance. Red cedar offers a cleaner, less rustic look. It too will age nicely and the red cedar can take whatever winter throws at it since it is impervious to the elements as well as bugs.
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.