1,961 Eclectic Side Tables and Accent Tables
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 the table as well as what style will complement the room’s overall décor. More
Our Sustainable Monkey Pod Wood Oval Drum 20 inch Diameter x 18 inch height in Eco Friendly Natural, food-safe Livos Walnut Oil Finish End Table is a fun piece that tapers from its top to its base, just like its namesake. It will add character to any room of your home, as well as serve a very...
Drum roll, please. This super-cool table takes inspiration from the stands used to support music drums. Its glass top allows you to put the spotlight on a lamp or your favorite music book or tour program. But, please … don’t bang on it.
Our Rest Stool Sustainable Monkey Pod Wood 12 inch x 12 inch x 20 inch height with Eco Friendly, Natural Food-safe Livos Oak Oil Finish is a large piece of Monkey Pod wood carved reminiscent of a wooden chopstick rest. This versatile sturdy functional art piece is solid and reliable as a stool,...
The old stick leg table of the 1930s gets an eclectic leg up with this iron table. A trio of tree branch legs gives it a playful, animated look, but the carved out rimmed top is all about the business of holding things for you — such as a drink, a lamp and a book.
Even the most contemporary home benefits from a touch of rustic glamour to keep things interesting and balanced. Pick from your favorite of four wood finishes and outfit your living room or patio with a couple of wood block stools. They are easy to move around to adjust your seating arrangements...
Take a page from history as you decorate your home. This sturdy number is a sterling example of industrial chic, with an iron base that could have come from an old foundry and a solid hardwood top — ideal for your favorite eclectic setting.
The warm antique brass finish and super-interesting geometric shapes on this little side table are so eye-catching!
Geometric Form Accent Table
Aside from the fact that it's made of reclaimed wood, the thing I love most about this table is that it reminds me of Jenga, which is one of my favorite games of all time!
Small light-weight pieces like this are always great to have on hand to move around as needed.This comes in a variety of colors, but the bright yellow is my favorite.
Acacia and iron come together to create the most stunning side tables. These would bring a nice natural element to a living room space.
This visionary vintage industrial creation is full of quirky personality. Crafted from iron in a raw black finish, the inventive design features antique-style legs with elegantly curled toes and a wheel crank for raising and lowering the round tabletop. It's a standout piece with endless fun...
This little mango wood tray table makes a perfect coffee table or perch for your drinks or appetizers during a party. I also love that it folds right up for easy storage, making it a very flexible piece.
Revered in some cultures for its wisdom, strength and steadfastness, the elephant is also believed to carry the world upon its back — not just this hand-tooled leather tabletop. Bring a dimension of whimsy and delight to your decor with this ornately carved elephant accent table to your foyer or...
Legally harvested authentic petrified wood hand-cut and polished on iron base with black rust finish. Solid stone slab is loose on base. Each solid stone fossil is unique and will vary in size, pattern, and color. Pieces may have black and natural.
How cute is this elephant accent table? When decorating a room, I always add an unusual piece to create some interest and give the room a little surprise.
Table No. 4 is has graceful lines and an understated design that makes it ideal for an entryway table. Its curved lines draw subtle attention, while the tabletop gives you space to place a mirror or floral arrangement to welcome people to your home or office in a stylish manner. If you prefer to...
Ceramic garden stools have made their way over from China, and now designers are adapting them into eclectic pieces for inside the house. Add a dash of animal print with this black and white zebra stool. Use it as a side table or as extra seating.
The Occasional Table. It’s very impressive when you consider how many jobs a pretty teak table is willing to take on: a side table, an accent table, a mini-bar, a mini-buffet, a stool...So much to do for one little table.
These tables will bring a bit of Paul Bunyan chic into your home! They add a natural element, texture, and sophisticated rustic to any room in the house. Use them as a side table in a contemporary living room, or as nightstands in your cabin.
These custom consoles, outfitted with a steel base, are made to order. I would use this tall version as a TV and media stand. It even has storage space for your DVDs!
I love these stools/tabless by Jamie Hayon for Bosa. The graphic prints and bold black and white with metallics are so cool.
I have to admit, my dream is to have two of these in my living room. The look of natural and gnarled driftwood side table bases brings an organic element into the room, and they are downright sculptural.
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