End tables get more abuse than most other pieces of furniture in your home. They are always being banged around and beaten up by everyone who walks around your home. Think about all the times that someone has turned the corner beside your sofa a little too tight and ran right into the table? Between that and plates, purses and anything else they may be setting down on the end tables and picking up again, there are likely to be a lot of dings and scratches on your end tables if you don't protect them.
Side tables are usually light and easy to move around. This is a great advantage which allows users to pull the table near them to set their coffee mug or their belongings on it. Just because a table is light and easy to maintain doesn't mean it is okay to buy five of them for each room in your home. Evaluate the space available in your home and decide which room needs it the most. Sometimes, kitchens in urban settings are very small, which makes it difficult to move around while cooking with the many equipment and ingredients stashed everywhere. A table to keep the microwave near the switch board is a good idea.
If space is at a premium, you may want to consider nesting tables or side tables where the top can be locked in an upright position so it sits flush against the wall. It can then be lowered and used while entertaining, but remain out of the way the rest of the time. Some side tables are also stackable, so you can create a multi-tiered shelf-like arrangement that can be used to display knickknacks most of the time but be pressed into service during a party or the holidays when every inch of table space is at a premium.
Ladislas Grosjean End and Side Tables Monday October 15th, 2018 03:50:49 AM
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