Five Favorites: Side Tables + Giveaway
It’s Friday and I’m sharing five of my favorite side tables today on the blog. We also have a giveaway so keep reading to find out how to enter for your chance to win a Notch Side Table from m.a.d. Furniture Design.
This is a beautiful, wood side table with three stylish copper legs, which each “notch” into the top of the table. It’s a subtle accent that gives this finely crafted table a chic industrial twist. One lucky winner will be receiving their very own Notch Side Table from m.a.d. Furniture Design. Click here to enter. All entries must be received by August 31,2016.
A personal favorite of mine, the Platner Side Table from Knoll is a classic piece of modern furniture. It’s a graceful design that brings an elegant aesthetic to modern living rooms and bedrooms. The base is made from steel wire that’s been sculpted into shape, in either a polished nickel or metallic bronze finish. The table is topped with your choice of glass or polished marble.
The Drum Stool from Bend Goods is playful and multifunctional. Its brightly colored wired design can play as a side table and even a handy stool for sitting or kicking up your feet. Take this stool inside and out, and try using a tray on top to rest your drinks so the glasses won’t wobble.
From ARTLESS, the ARS End Table combines a stylish powder-coated steel base with a solid wood top. In your choice of walnut or oak, the wood is sturdy and brings a natural craftsmanship to modern living spaces. The hexagon-shaped base is available in multiple colors to add a pop of color and match your décor.
The minimal Scandinavian style of the Small Around Side Table from Muuto is a simple and modern way to incorporate a modern side table into the mix. The tray-like top is a warm and inviting place to rest a cup of coffee or to keep your current read.
Jennifer is a Senior Site Merchandiser at YLiving and an interior design major dropout. With a passion for design, but a total lack of CAD skills, she went on to a career in metal working at SDSU. In her free time Jennifer enjoys reading Sci-Fi novels, hiking the Bay Area wilderness, and obsessing over Game of Thrones.