In a simply decorated room, this unique side table plays the star. The table is both mounted one the wall and supported by shapely legs; the same wood is used in the nearby dining table and chairs. A large mirror reflects light and creates an added sense of openness.
A skirted table can soften a room, especially if you have other wood furniture, molding or beams. To save more money, hunt in the fabric remnant section, or use a white canvas or even a long tablecloth to cover the table and add a glass top. Parker Kennedy Living also added a round mirror to the top of the side table. Mirror companies often stock round mirrors, which is more affordable than having one cut to the size. "That’s a good way to get a lot of bang for the buck for a table under $50," said interior designer Lance Jackson. "It puts a little more custom look to it."
Cheery and bright, this eclectic living room embraces bold patterns, a mix of fabrics and vivid colors perfectly set off by crisp white walls. The cloth-covered ottoman handily doubles up as a place to rest your feet and a coffee table.
Every detail in this transitional living room was chosen with care, including the metal side table. With its matte finish and clean lines, the piece complements both the caged chandelier and the contemporary coffee table, thereby tying the space together.
An ornate mirror anchors the far wall, with circles that complement the dot work of the bear painting. A Buddha statue and side table carved in the shape of an elephant give this space a well-traveled look, just like the living room.
From the 2013 Atlanta Decorators Show House, this eclectic corner features bold orange on orange with pops of black and white. The more-is-more effect of the tabletop vignette is tempered by a smart mix of shapes and finishes, from muted to high-gloss, and the anchoring black base.
A framed vintage octopus print keeps watch over this white side table on which are a pair of delicate metal lamps and carefully preserved beach finds. Underneath the table, the texture of a seagrass basket provides contrasts to the gleam of smooth hardwood floors.
This neutral cottage living room features vertical shiplap walls, white sofas, a clear acrylic console table, a midcentury modern parquet coffee table, and a Moroccan blue side table from Crate & Barrel.
The unexpected use of a shipping crate as a side table gives this neutral living room vintage appeal. The cream sofa and blue throw pillows help pull the look together, making this transitional living room feel sophisticated and collected.