Furniture Friday: Accent Tables

Friday, March 27, 2009 | Category: Decorating, Furniture


{Monroe Side Table – $349}

I wasn’t going to do tables two Fridays in a row, but I saw this table on sale at Pottery Barn and couldn’t resist!

Some people are chair people, others might be fixated with lamps, but I am an accent table person.  I have no idea why, I just love snagging them up…I don’t have a matching pair in my entire house!

So this week’s edition of Furniture Friday is focused on end tables… by your bedside, flanking a sofa, next to a chair – they are just so darn practical :)

{Timber Table – $235}

I love this cheeky take on faux bois.  I can see this in a little girl’s bedroom paired with pink and orange.

{Embossed Table – $399}

I’m a little bit obsessed with these turquoise moc croc end tables.

{Hayden Marble Table – $698}

Not only does this table have an awesome name (which happens to be my maiden name), but I think it would be so chic as an end table next to Victoria Hagan’s Emma Chair.

Wisteria gets Glam!

Funky ethnic inspired pieces always get my attention!

{Ribbon Stool – $475}

The texture of this stool is awesome.  Texture is what makes monochromatic spaces work.

{Acrylic Nesting Tables – Black – $165}

Much like Nicky Hilton, this is a “trashy or classy” situation.  I immediately pictured her living room and can totally see these tables working in a black and white space.

{Chloe Parsons Table – Set of Two – $795}

These bad boys have been around for a while, but you know what?  I still like them!

Cheap for Chic!  For that price, I’d buy a pair and replace the “Black Oak” with a natural stone top.

I hope you’ve enjoyed this week’s installment…

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11 Comments to 'Furniture Friday: Accent Tables'

Paloma {La Dolce Vita} 27 Mar 09 at 5:52 pm

I love the Monroe table from Pottery Barn!

Nevis 27 Mar 09 at 6:32 pm

LOVE the turquoise moc croc end tables! Wish they were from IKEA so I could actually afford them!

Kate 27 Mar 09 at 8:44 pm

Love the Monroe and the Chloe Parsons side tables. What a great way to add visual interest – glad to see side tables are being taken more seriously these days!

Love Where You Live 28 Mar 09 at 4:16 pm

What a great collection. Like you, I really like the first one but,then again, you’ve pointed to some amazing selections! best, -susan

Down Comforter 30 Mar 09 at 7:42 am

Some really great pieces. I love the first table – such a clever design.

Hallam 30 Mar 09 at 3:29 pm

Wonderful pieces, if you want to see more of it please visit spacify.com

Anonymous 30 Mar 09 at 9:59 pm

If you’d like a lead on a bargain – I bought the T.J. Maxx version – exactly the same, but in terra cotta or hunter green – of the Neiman Marcus embossed croc table. It’s very strong and the studs make it glamorous for only $ 99.! I’m using my terra cotta version as a bedside table and it’s a perfect use for it.
Michele from Boston

Joe Aldeguer 23 Apr 09 at 1:24 pm

Nice post! You have a great blog. Im happy and delighted i dropped by your page. keep on posting!

Karen 20 Jul 10 at 5:07 pm

Nesting tables are a great! Especially when entertaining. We’ve done really well with the stone top bunching tables by Henredon.

dawn 28 Nov 10 at 12:49 am

great table!

Rhonda Antonucci 07 Jan 11 at 12:12 am

You can’t go wrong with the Venetian bamboo leg table.

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