1,941 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
Handcrafted of reclaimed wood from railway sleepers, this rustic yet sophisticated side table makes a stable surface for your morning brew and favorite newspaper. Available in small and large sizes.
Bring the outdoors in with a rustic (yet very modern) tree stump side table. An ideal accent for fall, this table provides a functional purpose for beautifully reclaimed materials.
I first took note of this shiny and eclectic side table when I saw Houzz interior designer Rachel Reider using it in a very elegant way. I'm so glad I found the source; it's definitely on my wishlist!
This beautiful silver console table is sure to get some attention. It utilizes reclaimed antique carvings from opium beds and has lovely curved legs. Use it in a front entry or as a desk.
This charming little stool is actually an original antique Elm wood stump that has been dramatically painted and lacquered. Use it for extra seating, wherever you need it, or as a pedestal to hold flower arrangements and accessories.
A wire frame is covered in cotton fabric "chindi" ropes to create the Kotani trunk. Since the "chindi" is made from fabric remnants, each trunk is truly unique and one of a kind. It's intriguing texture and repeated striped pattern are designed to warmly accent a space
Circles of hand crafted wood create the base of this round wooden side table in a dark walnut finish.
This end table has a red surface base lacquer color. It is painted with colorful flowers scenery. ( the other piece has the same outlook, minor difference on the scenery)
Acacia and iron come together to create the most stunning side tables. These would bring a nice natural element to a living room space.
Don't you just expect to see some little creature poke its head out of this drawer — maybe the "nureau in my bureau"?
This galvanized steel mercantile table, with its low-strung iron mesh basket, will fit right into your urban loft. No need to worry about tossing your keys and heavy bags down on the durable silver top of this utilitarian beauty - it can take it. The iron base comes on caster wheels so you can...
Done in recycled wood and polished aluminum, this cubic end table has a look reminicsient of both old shipping crates and sleek retro luggage. A leather drawer pull completes the traveler-esque styling for a chic, gently industrial addition to your home.
Rambler Side Table
I love, love this console. It looks like it was made form bits of an ancient church. I think I could design an entire room around this glorious piece. It just looks like Paris to me.
Arched Cathedral Table With Tin Top
Turn a simple chaise into a cozy reading nook by placing a Moroccan lantern and stack of your favorite books on this delicate side table. The hand-carved details bring a cultural feel to any space.
Not quite up for running off to India to get married? It's fine. Bring a bit of India to you with this darling elephant side table.
This exotic table adds the texture of leather and nailheads to your room, and a texture that seems as though it's from a far-off place; a souk in Morocco, perhaps.
Just prior to the turn of the century, gracious hosts pampered their guests with refreshments served chair-side on small nesting tables. A whimsical nest of tables blends this 18th century notion with 20th century design. With free-form legs and a keystone-shaped top on the larger table, their...
Get the flea market look of vintage wire baskets but with a more functional purpose. I also think the the wood top adds a more polished look to the wire base.
West Elm has a new line of furniture that screams Elle Decor, and this is, hands down, one of my favorites. The faceted geometric drawers take this number to the next level.
What is not to love about a spool sitting by your sofa? This one is bound to gather lots of attention and comments from your guests
Spool Side Table
Inspired by the gleaming nose cones and fuselages of mid-20th-century aircraft, this trunk is clad in a patchwork of polished aluminum panels accented with exposed steel screws. Rounded corners and inset drawer pulls give it sleek, aerodynamic lines.
This side table has such a unique shape and finish. Pair it with an armchair, and it's just right for resting drinks.
Arden Side Table
Table or work of art? Gold branches gracefully holding a marble top make this a dual purpose piece for sure.
This repurposed suitcase side table looks like the perfect place to store a passport — and if you're like me, tissues and lip balm and a few random action figures.
This unique tall plant stand is a combination of two separated half moon shape stand. It is made of solid elm wood and has green lacquer on it.
Hand painted in a dry brush technique to allow the gorgeous grain in the old wood to show throug. Perfect for an entryway or a hallway that needs a fresh bouquet to brighten it. The table is very old without markings.
Repurposed wine crate as a side/accent table. Has wheels and is covered in vintage cowboy (and cowgirl!) photos.
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