Published at Wednesday, August 21st 2019, 22:11:09 PM by Hilaire Marin. End Tables. We have tables in our house that do Big Work. The kitchen table is where we eat two or three meals a day, tackle homework, and pay bills. The dining room table isn't called into service as often, but when it is, it's big-Thanksgiving and Christmas dinners, and birthday and dinner parties. Even the coffee table, while it's smaller in stature, works sits front and center every day. It's the landing place for magazines and newspapers, laptops and DVDs, soda cans and pizza boxes.
Published at Wednesday, August 21st 2019, 22:20:11 PM by Ariane Mathieu. End Tables. One of the great things about these tables is the variety you can find. Not only are round end tables available in a variety of styles, but also materials, including wood, metal, marble, glass and resins. Once you add in the different colors, grains, stains and finishes, you can get a table in just about any look you want.
Published at Wednesday, August 21st 2019, 22:10:22 PM by Silana Verdier. End Tables. Instead, take the road of strong tables that can pack away easily, nesting end tables. Not only are they sturdier, but can also be found in any style and to match any décor. That makes nesting end tables a nice addition to your home that you won't want to hide away after our guests leave.
Published at Thursday, August 29th 2019, 07:06:44 AM. By Hilaire Marin. The teak pub table is a classic addition to any bar or kitchen. While it stands alone perfectly, it also works well with teak bar stools. These tables are also great for entertaining and satisfy a variety of needs and uses.
Published at Thursday, August 29th 2019, 06:53:53 AM. By Arletta Pierre. You can find accent tables to fill any spot in your house and since they are so versatile, it is not very hard to find accent tables to fit your needs. Most are easy to match to your existing home décor. Accent tables are also inexpensive, so choosing one, or even a few of them, to dress up your home won't break the bank. Accent tables are available in many sizes and shapes and can be found to match any décor, made of wood, metal, glass or a combination of the three.
Published at Thursday, August 29th 2019, 06:39:52 AM. By Hilaire Marin. If storage is important, consider going with a drum table instead. These are a little bulkier in appearance, but give you much needed storage, since the table has one large door-ed unit with shelves inside or one of more drawers. These can even really add character to the room as well as offer storage. Drum tables are particularly handy if you like to knit, read or have other hobbies where you like to keep your stuff handy.
Published at Thursday, August 29th 2019, 06:36:07 AM. By Pasclina Marion. Speaking of bedrooms, don't think that nesting end tables can't be used as nightstands. They are a great solution for the bedroom too, replacing the traditional nightstand with a much more useful and versatile stack of matching tables that can either be stacked out of sight and out of mind bedside or used throughout the room, tying in the décor with matching tables that can always be nested again on a moment's notice.
Published at Thursday, August 29th 2019, 06:31:44 AM. By Silana Verdier. Dining rooms are also great places for end tables. Use one or a pair to accent and dress up a dining room to display lovely vases of fresh or dried flowers.
Published at Thursday, August 29th 2019, 06:29:44 AM. By Susanne Maurice. That's what nesting end tables are. They are perhaps the most flexible piece of furniture you could own, since one moment they can serve as a lovely end table, but when guests are over or the holidays roll around, you have additional table space for appetizers, drinks and the usual overflow of desserts.
Published at Tuesday, August 27th 2019, 22:58:53 PM. By Adriane Martinez. To narrow your selection, start by the style, then the size. Many end tables come in different sizes. You also want to pay particularly attention to the height. There's no set standard height of an end table, but the general rule of thumb is that it should be within two inches of the furniture it is next to, so guests don't have to reach down to set a glass or dish while they visit.