Types Of End Tables You Should Know About
A minimal yet important component of home décor and utility, the end tables are one of the most useful pieces of furniture around the house, be it for enhancement of aesthetics, or to create a small storage space around the corner. There are different types of end tables, which are easily available. However, it is advised to research the type of side table you wish to install in your space, and the measurement of the area you are going to install it in. Add a personal touch to pair it and accessorize well with the rest of the furniture around the house.
Confused about what to look for? Here are some types of end tables which you should know about:
Round End Tables
These are one of the widely known end tables which you can use for your reading corner or near your sectional and/or love seat sofa. It creates an easy flow of space because of its round shape. If you want to go minimal, you can choose a round marble table and pair it with ceramic lamps and a vase. Create a unique style with some DIYs and curate your favorite corner.
Nesting tables can be used to serve beverages, snacks, and coffee for when your guests come over. You can always repurpose it as a nightstand or a side table according to your preference to save space. Nesting tables are usually known to be grouped, which can make for a bigger table. Use this versatile table near the entryway to store keys, or have potpourri to welcome your guests.
C Shaped End Tables
A well-designed alternative to serving your favorite snacks or coffee as well as to use it to read books and fold it back whenever it is not required, the C-shaped end tables are a perfect solution to save space. As it does not require much floor space, you can use this versatile end table as per your need and install it between chairs, the side of your bed, or the sofa.
Small End Tables
A small end table takes the littlest of space. This table is perfect for small-sized apartments or homes. You can install it on either side of the bed for essentials, or serve tea and coffee, and sometimes to hold a wonderful vase with beautiful flowers in it.