Published at Tuesday, September 03rd 2019, 18:09:18 PM by Susanne Maurice. Side Tables. A great idea might be for you take some pictures along with you of the existing décor in your room. This should help you in finding the perfect match to your style and personality. You want to get something that will accent your belongings not take control over them. Keeping with the same basic theme is the way to go.
Published at Tuesday, September 03rd 2019, 18:07:43 PM by Adriane Martinez. End Tables. Barrels - In this day and age of rustic décor popularity, why not take the theme to your end tables, through barrels. For a real county look, consider a couple of old whiskey barrels as end tables. Many a barrel are finished and sealed to make them attractive, and very sturdy, end table additions. If you really want to make the look fun, you can get blank barrels and write your own words on the side, with your family name or other phrase that means something to you and your family. You can even have a piece of glass to fit in the end to have a glass top.
Published at Saturday, August 03rd 2019, 02:44:47 AM. By Silana Verdier. Side tables can come in any shape, style, or design. It can be made from wood, glass, metal, and iron and stone! I personally prefer to use oak because it is a very attractive wood and color; this is almost impossible to argue with. Because of this, it is easily incorporated into a wide variety of homes decorated in a great many different styles. Some types of side tables are harder to match with existing furniture, but this rarely the case with oak. Suitable for both rustic homey décor and upscale, chic décor, an oak side table is attractive in almost every setting.
Published at Saturday, August 03rd 2019, 02:27:42 AM. By Helaine Chevallier. The same is true in scale. You can have a dominant table and a smaller table, or even two that are the same size. But they shouldn't be too large or too small to fit in the space you have in mind. For example, there's nothing wrong with getting new living room accent tables that are different shapes - say one rectangle and one oval - and using them in place of end tables. But you don't want them to be too large or too small for the location, either overshadowing your sofa, loveseat or chair or simply willowing away because they're too small.
Published at Friday, August 02nd 2019, 02:20:59 AM. By Adriane Martinez. Small accent tables work great in any room in the home, or even a hallway where a console table or bench may be too big. A lot of models even offer dresser-like qualities, being fronted with drawers for storing linens, holiday goodies or wrapping paper.
Published at Friday, August 02nd 2019, 02:19:01 AM. By Arletta Pierre. Shape is equally as important for accent tables because it has the power to drastically change the feel of a room. An accent table that is more square than rounded gives a very angular look to a room. It will look a bit strange with certain pieces of furniture that focus more on curves. An ultra-modern accent table that features zig zag lines will lend a completely different air to a room than an antique-looking gilded metal table. Just spend some time thinking about your space and consider what kind of statement you need the table to make.
Published at Thursday, August 01st 2019, 02:10:10 AM. By Helaine Chevallier. Keep them Polished. Another thing that can damage your end tables is oil from your hands or from food products. These can seep into your table and change the color of the wood.
Published at Thursday, August 01st 2019, 01:53:22 AM. By Susanne Maurice. Accent tables not merely give balance to the appearance of your living space but also that of your bedroom. They can be a place to put your collection of liquids along with other equipment and lights. As a way of getting more diversity and functionality, you have to think of how you'll utilize the table and at precisely what fashion you can go with your room's decoration.
Published at Wednesday, July 31st 2019, 03:00:13 AM. By Adriane Martinez. The first thing you'll need to do is assess the bare area of the room and decide how you would like your accent table to function. In addition to the finishing touch it will add to the room, does it also need to be functional? An example of this would be an entry table used in a foyer, to accommodate a phone. It would be a great idea to also have a drawer to accommodate a phone book.