By Si1tii190. End Tables. At Tuesday, August 27th 2019, 10:36:33 AM.
You may have never thought of using nesting tables as end tables, but they offer you a lot of advantages over traditional end tables. First, let's explain what nesting end tables are. Think of them as a table that fits under a table that fits under a table.
Among the magical spells end tables can work, they can take a large room and make it feel cozier. In a small room, end tables can make the room more cohesive looking and less like pieces of furniture are piled up on one another. This is quite an impressive feat in smaller rooms. Often these spaces seem too overcrowded when you try to put complete furniture groupings in them, but since end tables can be small, and fit into spaces other pieces of furniture cannot, they can create that complete look without compromising precious floor space.
If you make a habit of entertaining, your square end tables may soon be a major part of the entertaining environment in your home. With spring and summer, many people opt to invite friends and family over. This is a time when it's fun to open the house up and possibly run a party that is both indoors and out, appreciating that the cold temperatures of winter have gone.
So how do you go about choosing the right table? The first considerations are scale and the space available. An end table shouldn't dominate the space it's in. Rather, it should complement the other furnishings, especially those pieces nearest it. Additionally, if you already have a coffee table in place, you want the end tables to be in the same finish and style.
Keep in mind that you don't have to follow any conventions when selecting tables for your home. While traditional coffee tables and end tables are square or rectangular, there's no rule saying you can't pick a round or oval model, or even improvise and go with a totally non-traditional piece that will fill the bill nicely, such as a trunk or chest.
Nesting tables: If you entertain frequently, nesting tables make great end tables as well. The different sized tables tuck under one another when not in use and pull out as needed to add more table space when you have guests over.