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Find The Right Style For You
Let’s talk living room end tables, also known as accent tables, a small table, and side table for your living room. As you can see by the many different names, end tables have a lot of valuable functions for your home. That is why it is imperative that you find just the right one for your home. Here at RC Willey, we have all the styles you need including modern, contemporary, and rustic. If the unique designs of modern accent tables, the practicality of contemporary end tables, or the wooden charm of rustic side tables don’t meet your needs, we have more. Industrial tables will give you both wood and metal, while country end tables give you that cozy farmhouse vibe. Still unsure? Check out our traditional end tables for further inspiration.
Why Do You Need End Tables?
End tables are most commonly placed at the side of a couch. These couch side tables serve many purposes. One main purpose of end tables is the surface area they bring to your living room, for drinks, treats, books and remotes to be placed. They also provide an ideal spot for you to demonstrate more of your decorating skills with unique, fresh lamps, potted plants or sculptures. Wanting to tie together the looks, material and style of your other living room furniture? Accomplish that with an end table. Simply choose the table that complements your other pieces and voila! You’ve just raised your living room to a whole new level of style.
When trying to make a selection, don’t forget about RC Willey’s living room table sets. These sets come with two end tables and a coffee table! All these coffee table sets are beautifully designed to give our customers the style and class they deserve.
Frequently Asked Questions About End Tables
- What’s the difference between an end table and a side table?
- Should your end tables match?
An end table is usually against a sofa, and a bit more hidden. Side tables are typically placed against an open wall and have more stylistic elements to them. Their surface area is also larger than the average end table.
Nowadays, things do not have to be so matchy-matchy. Mix and match your end tables to your heart’s content. Just remember to keep some elements similar or complementary, such as their size and styles.