Side Tables

Side Tables

The versatile side table comes in many forms. Choose from any number of interesting shapes and styles. There are high gloss, wood, glass and plastic models in the form of lamp tables, nests and stool types that can be used as telephone tables, coffee and snack tables, plant stands and any other use you can apply them to.

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What can you put on a side table?

Side tables are an incredibly versatile piece of furniture and can be used to store or display a wide range of household items. Here are a few ideas for bits and pieces that can go on a side table:

-Coasters
-Sculptures and figurines
-Flowers and greenery
-Vases and vessels
-Table lamps
-Candle holders
-Lanterns
-Tealight holders
-Candles
-Oil burners
-Scale models
-Pots and planters
-Picture frames
-Trays
-Domes and stands
-Water features
-Décor bowls

Remember: if you’d still like space to put your phone or drink down, you should be mindful about not over-cluttering your side table.

What is the difference between a side table and an end table?

For the most part, the terms ‘side table’ and ‘end table’ can be used interchangeably. They’re both small tables that can be used for storage and to display small items in your living room or bedroom.

Side tables sometimes have more surface area than end tables, but this isn’t always the case. Some people may also consider end tables and side tables to be different according to where they’re placed. An end table, as the name suggests, is to be placed at the end of a couch or beside an armchair, whereas a side table may be viewed as more versatile in placement.

What are side tables used for?

Side tables and end tables have a range of uses, including storage, display and convenience.
-Storage: Use the drawers in your side table to tuck away any items you don’t want on display, such as stationery, cables and tealight candles.
-Display: Your side table is another surface on which to place decor items like vases, bowls and lanterns.
-Convenience: Rather than reaching over to your coffee table, use your side table as a surface for drinks and snacks.

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