Side tables not only balance the look of a living room or bedroom set, but they also function as a place to set beverages and hold reading lights. In order to capture both form and function, you want to think about how you’ll use an end table most, as well as what style will complement the room’s overall decor.
Do you want your table to be an accent piece that stands out, or something that won’t steal the show? Either way, your quest for the perfect side tables should start with the following decor ideas to help you navigate your options.
Esagono table in black lacquer finish can be used in your interior either like side table or like a chair.
Essex Auxiliar table, primavera wood with antiqued painted finish will be a perfect match for classical room decor. Monastery side table, solid hardwood finished in grey, brown or black acacia is comfortable side table that will bring simplicity and comfort to your room decor.
To take the right decision, take a good look at the furniture your side table will be complementing. In general, it should be the same height as or several inches lower than the arm of your chair or sofa, and the width should be in direct proportion.