How to Combine Side Tables

When you’re decorating a room, it can be easy to spend the majority of your time focusing on the big furniture, like sofa, large media console or dining set. But don’t forget to shift your focus to some of the pieces that help really complete the look of the room. A side table is more than just a table, it serves as a chic storage and stowage helper, and holds a magazine, coffee cup or remote control within your reach. A room simply doesn’t look finished without the right side tables.

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We’ll show you how to stylishly combine side tables and make them an eye-catcher in your home. First, consider the specifications—how tall, how wide, etc. Then think about style. We have all the inspiration for you here.

Side tables in different materials


Speaking of materials, side tables are available in wide varieties such as wood, metal or glass. There are industrial ones in metal. Materials such as glass combined with either brass or steel offer a more sophisticated look. Whether it is oak, maple, cherry or walnut, wood has its own feel to it. Consider using lucite, it will make your table appear to be floating in the room and it offers up a more modern appeal.

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Cappuccino Wooden Sofa End Table Side Table.

Tempered Glass Coffee Table 

Portable Rolling Stand Sofa Side End Table

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Side tables in different shapes


Not just a side table made of different materials attracts everyone’s attention. Even with the different forms of side tables you can play wonderfully.

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Convenient Modern Decor Side End Coffee Table

3 Tiers Coffee Table

Living Room Flower Shaped Sofa Side Coffee Table

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Side tables in the living room: With a round side table in combination with a rectangular coffee table, or with an oval coffee table next to a square side table, you bring through bold contrasts wonderful momentum in your four walls.

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Square Wood Side End Table

Classic Oval Cherry Coffee table

Rectangle Metal Frame Cocktail Coffee Table 

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Side tables in different colors


Regardless of shape and material, color is also important that can help side tables be a  decorative eye-catcher at home. A white side table always brings a certain lightness with it and harmonizes beautifully, for example, with side tables made of light wood tones. For those who prefer the modern style of living, a combination of white and black side tables is just right. With a side table made of black metal, however, you bring a piece of rough industrial flair in your four walls.

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Modern Round White Dining Table

End Side Storage Drawer Nightstand

Bedroom Decor End Table

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Side tables in bright colors such as red, blue, green or yellow bring a lot of good mood in the living room, dining room or bedroom. However, even as a big color lover, you should make sure that it does not get too colorful or even wild.

Side tables with different functions


Another important factor is to know what the primary use will be. Be more decorative, or provide storage? How much storage will be enough? Tables can come with shelves, or drawers to hold things such as magazines you will someday read. Whether storage is needed, there is still a good chance you will want to be able to place a drink or a plate down. If décor is more the purpose, you can focus on one with lines and texture in a material you love.

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Beechwood Nightstand Accent End Table

2-Tier Living Room Furniture Shelf Coffee Table

Sliding Top Trunk Coffee Table

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