Guest Picks: 20 Affordable End Tables
I love the bright turquoise blue of this solid mahogany end table. It would add a cheery pop of color to the side of a bed or sofa.
Get a high-end look for less with this card catalog–inspired end table. I think the drawers would look great with customized labels. It would be cute as a nightstand or even in a small entryway as storage for keys and small sundries.
Sometimes you need some sunshine indoors to cheer a space. I love the color of this cottage-style end table, and I like the affordable price tag even more!
I am a sea grass basket junkie, so this end table caught my eye. Its simple design allows you to have plenty of storage without taking up too much space. I could see it in a bedroom or even in a nursery for diaper storage.
Use this wire end table indoors or out. I love its versatility and fun hourglass shape.
If your style is shabby chic, then this little table might be just what you're looking for. I love the carved detail and glass knob.
When you are short on space and want a little French country table to hold your shelter mags, this little guy would do the trick. The two cute drawers are functional, and the whole piece is made out of mahogany.
You can never go wrong with an X-leg design. I love the clean lines of this traditional piece.
Metal accent tables are a great option when you want to add a little sparkle to your room. I would love to use this chrome table as a statement piece.
This table is great with its contemporary sleek design and mirrored finish. I think it would make a great plant stand.
If you need a wider tabletop and are still crushing on metallics, this traditional style in aluminum is a great option.
I'd be remiss if I did a collection of affordable end tables and left out the Ikea Lack table. It is inexpensive and can be altered with your creativity to fit your style and decor.
I would love to place this little end table in my nonexistent lake home. The antiqued pewter and honey-colored wood are a nice change from what I typically see in styles and finishes. I think it would look great in a living room.
The industrial trend is still alive and well; however, industrial-looking furniture often comes with a hefty price tag. This little table is on trend and on budget.
Furniture created from old wine barrels is a bit pricey, but it's so beautiful! This statement piece has a wine barrel top and barrel stave legs.
A functional piece that also provides some entertainment on a rainy day is a good end table indeed! I think this cherry chessboard would be great to have between two sitting chairs.
Novelty pieces of furniture can be fun. My boys would love to set their popcorn bowls on top of an old film reel during movie night.
A simple chrome end table with candy apple red has mod appeal written all over it. It's such a fun way to infuse color into a tired corner of the room.
This table is a little funky and unexpected. The base reminds me of a mushroom, and I like the off-center glass top. In the right contemporary room, it would be perfect.
This little table brings industrial design to a small space, making it great for a loft, studio or even a dorm room. I love the distressed finish.Next: How to Pick the Right End Tables for Your Sofa