Side by Side

Enticing tables for accessorizing

 


There are many, many choices and options out there, but a side table of some kind is practically a must for the well-equipped home.
 

Having a storage spot at your elbow is quite convenient – when you’re sitting back, perhaps binge-watching that new show, you definitely need access to the drink or plate of snacks that allows you to stay in that comfy place. Not to mention the added design benefits: Lamp light is a key element in the furnishing of a cozy room, and having one at hand will help you binge-read that book you’ve been putting off. These are some of our favorite local side tables – put them front and center.

 


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Natural teak wood table in contemporary organic style, $227 from Nuvo Home
 



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Jolene side table with brass hardware and a faux bone lacquered finish, $529 from 3B Home | American walnut table with brass hardware and shagreen insets, $1,500 from The Wood Garden | Drink table with iron base and embossed shagreen leather top, $875 from The Wood Garden

 



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Stainless steel pedestal table with black tempered glass and acrylic ball details, $900 from Designer’s Market | Stone-topped side table with polished stainless steel base, $1,800 from Designer’s Market | Tree branch table with iron base in brass finish, supporting a top of petrified wood sliced from a natural tree trunk (no two are alike), $995 from The Wood Garden
 



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Round end table with polished stainless steel legs and round wooden burl veneer top, $1,800 from Designer’s Market | One-drawer side table with stainless steel legs, silver hardware and a wooden burl veneer top, $1,000 from Designer’s Market  | Letterbox-style reclaimed elm table on hairpin legs with two drawers, $470 from Nuvo Home
 


 

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