By Joy Boileau. End Table. Published at Sunday, January 27th, 2019 - 01:44:22 AM.
When I was still a student my boyfriend graduated college and took a job as a teacher. His work was going to take him hundreds of miles from home so he needed to furnish his first apartment. He had little money to spare and most of his furniture was handed down from his pare notch. I wanted him to take a little memento of our time together and on a students budget I knew I would have to get creative. I went to the discount store and bought two white plastic parsons tables. I took ticket stubs photographs and brochures from outings we took together and artfully arranged them on the top and legs of each table.
End tables are not only functional but they can be great additions for your home making your furniture sets look complete. The tables are mostly placed on the sides of a bed or sofas but they can also be placed in other areas in a house. Considering how versatile they can be you can move them around from one area to another and play around with different styles and colors to get the best from your space. Selecting your end tables The very first thing that you should consider is the material your end table is made from.
If you are considering the purchase of a pair of glass end tables there is more to consider than just how well they are going to match the rest of your living room decor. You also need to take a closer look at what these tables are really made of and whether they will be able to be with you for the long run. The Type of Glass If you want to think that all kinds of glass are created equally you would be wrong. When it comes to choosing glass end tables you need to make sure you are selecting glass that can stand up to the work that you are going to expect of it.
The tables you select for your room can have major impact on the both the design and the function. When making your selections here are a few criteria to keep in mind which will ensure the room functions well and looks great: 1. Accent or functional table: An accent table is there for the sake of completing a seating arrangement and to provide enough surface for setting a beverage during conversation or perhaps your book or magazine. It is not intended to hold a lamp and will often have a floor lamp situated behind it.
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