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How to Pick the Ideal End Table

End tables often play second fiddle to your furniture, but these small wonders add function and style to your living room, guest room, bedroom, or den. Show off your favorite décor or keep drinks, remotes, and reading close at hand with a smart end table that suits your space. Read on to learn how to make the perfect pick.

Get Connected

You want your end tables to be harmonious with the rest of your furnishings. You can stick to a theme throughout your space, or blend in touches of other styles by sticking to similar colors, shapes, or characteristics that coordinate with your furniture.

Match round end tables with overstuffed furniture or mimic the thin legs of mid-century furniture with sleek metal end tables. Corner end tables help bridge the gap between two pieces of furniture, and glass end tables add a sophisticated touch to your room regardless of shape and style.

You can mix and match different end tables in the same space by selecting tables with similar silhouettes, materials, and features, or for a cohesive look, consider a set of nesting end tables in various heights. These can be stacked together, staggered, or spread throughout the room.

Stand Tall (or Short)

For ease of use, you'll want your end table to be the same height or slightly shorter than the arms of the sofa or chair it will be accompanying. Be sure to measure, but if you're in doubt, select a shorter table because it's easier to put down and pick up items from the surface.

For armless seating, choose a low end table that's seat-height, or tables that would sit about where the armrest would be. Bedroom end tables should sit flush to the mattress or slightly lower and not be too deep to prevent you from getting out of bed easily.

Know Your Style

Look for end tables that suit your personality and your current décor. These pieces are a great way to add unexpected pops of color, extra storage, or even a little extra glam with a silver end table. Whether you're into streamlined modern end tables or warehouse-inspired industrial end tables, Hayneedle's Belham Living collection is full of exclusive designs to suit your décor. Check out our accent tables style guide and shop by style to narrow down our deep assortment.

With thousands of options easy to shop by shape, style, material, and more, you can find the perfect end table for any space, style, and budget at Hayneedle.

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