Cecil. End Tables. May 08th , 2018.
If you have a large bath you can add a smaller table there as well. Here you can keep reading material or some lotions and other toiletries for guests to use. If your table has drawers you can keep clippers Q-tips and other necessities so guests don`t have to feel awkward looking through your cabinets in search these items that everyone seems to need but no one can find. You can even add a little touch of bed and breakfast by putting a folding tent sign that says that these things can be found in the drawer.
In some cases you can purchase such tables to match your existing furniture or if completely renewing your living room furniture they can be included in a collection. In the latter case your choice is simple but what if not? What if you are looking for a coffee table or end table that is not part of a set but you feel you need one or both to make your living room look complete? Here are some tips.
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. The important thing is to choose what you like. Thankfully matching sets make the process much easier since you can make a single purchase and enjoy the enduring beauty of three quality pieces of furniture that not only match one another but match the room as well. 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.
Chairside Tables: End tables can be used as chairside tables of course. The only difference is the chairside table often has a smaller footprint and is sized to place next to a recliner or chair. Smaller end tables can do the same thing offering you flexibility in your room designs. 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.
If you do have small end tables that are open you may want to consider adding a contrasting linen or lace piece to the top and even have it extend over and down the sides some. This will give your table a bit more bulk without taking up added space. For really small homes you can eliminate one of the end tables entirely. While it`s nice to have end tables on both ends for convenience and balance there is no hard and fast rule requiring this. You may be able to make due with a single table and perhaps add a floor lamp on the other side to add light and even things out visually.
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