Some end tables appreciate the fact that you have a lot of small things that you need to put away. Often people have a TV guide, pens, remote controls and other items that they set on end tables. All it takes is one incorrect motion of a hand and you're crawling behind the sofa looking for that pen or remote. Instead, look for end tables with lips. These have edges that curve up, so if you knock the items on the tabletop around, they will only roll to the edge and stop. This is much easier than going on the archeology dig that could be happening under the sofa.
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.
To narrow your selection, start by the style, then the size. Many end tables come in different sizes. You also want to pay particularly attention to the height. There's no set standard height of an end table, but the general rule of thumb is that it should be within two inches of the furniture it is next to, so guests don't have to reach down to set a glass or dish while they visit.
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