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End tables as art statement in your home

Martha Taylor-Brown |
End tables are something you use because you have to: any home need a small table to temporary hold some things you need. But, that shouldn't stop us from going a step further to bring art to our homes.

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The Kai end table brings a dash of effortless sophistication to any space. Top it with a simple floral bouquet to balance contemporary style and cottage-chic charm in the living room, then use the open base to stack art books or keep a basket of remotes and other entertainment accessories. For a fun look in your space, stack a group of these tables on top of each other to craft an effortlessly modern bookcase in your space, then arrange framed photos and objets d'art.

Set this alluring Monica end table with storage right by the front door topped with a woven wicker bin to catch keys and mail. Showcasing a round cherry-finished oak frame, it features a cabinet ideal stocked with essentials while the single drawer up top makes a lovely home for stamps and stationary. Even if you're already quite tidied up, this understated design also makes a simplistic stage for a vase of freshly-picked hydrangeas. Pair it with a bright carpet and your room will get a new soul.

The Gendron end table is a spacious and useful table with one exterior shelf and one large bottom drawer for additional storage. It is rectangular in shape and is sturdy enough to bear weight of 50 pounds. Designed in a contemporary style, this table can be paired easily with any modern or traditional living room set or can be used as a bedside table. The protective NC lacquer finish ensures that this table can be used for regular purposes without fear of scratch or stain.

The Annica End Table showcases an eye-catching curved X-shaped base that uses its design to provide a covered shelf for small décor or storage items. The compact table top is sturdily upheld by the wood construction while providing ample room for any table décor. Accent your living setting with this cleverly designed end table, you will not regret it: this piece seems to comes straight from the museum of modern art. Geometric design with a modern appeal will find its place in any room, from a traditional home to a modern apartment.

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