End tables provide you with the extra bit of storage for your sofa or chair giving you extra space for cushions, magazines, notebooks, or just a place to pop your morning coffee.
We will look at some of the best end table ideas for small spaces, and pick out some designs from manufacturers that we feel are exceptional in both design and function.
1.Echelon C Table
Our first end table is from Echelon, in the C Table. One design that I always loved. A clever “C” table tucks a streamlined surface over a couch, chair, or chaise, combining form and functionality. The bronzed iron, open frame pulls up when and when you need it, providing an effective arm side position for snacks and computer work.
2.Vernet Travertine Cane End Table
Our Vernet end side table strikes a balance between open and rigid, organic and handmade, with a travertine round atop an airy caning column. Travertine, a form of limestone known for its marble-like patterning and warm earth tones, features swirls of dark, creamy hues that are special to each piece. The woven rattan, finished in a matching natural stain, adds a tropical touch to the luxe, classic marble.
3.Cassidy Bunching Table
Cassidy’s ombre finish in antique brass shows the dynamic possibilities of its pure cylindrical form by steadily mixing shades from dark to bright. The table is beautiful on its own, but it can also be seen in multiples in front of a sofa or sectional for a bold, contemporary look. For a coordinated living room, pair with the matching Cassidy side table.
4.Kori End Table
Our Kori end table combines bold style and strong craftsmanship. This contemporary piece has a handpainted, antiqued silver finish and black metal legs, as well as an interesting, abstract pattern on its covered tabletop.
5. Cecilia Antique Rust Metal Accent Table
The Cecila side table puts on quite a show, almost posing next to your armchair or sofa. The design gives a sort of lady-like elegance but the rusted metal adds a little bit of grit to it. The Cecilia accent table is a tripod table with a twist, which strikes the perfect balance with a startling, asymmetrical base. The table is made of cast aluminum and has an antique rust finish with rich high- and lowlights. In a small space this one of a number of small space table ideas.
6.Milan End Table with Storage
The Milan End Table exudes elegance with hand-crafted beveled line work that creates an interesting and one-of-a-kind pattern on the side table’s facade. This, along with the lucite and brass bar pulls and legs, is sure to make a bold statement in an elegant atmosphere.
7.Grafik Glass Cantilever End Table
Grafik restricts the end table to the most minimal forms in an exuberantly simplistic way. Taking inspiration from Modernist architecture, the table uses a gravity-defying cantilever to jut an amber glass rectangle from its cylindrical base. The base’s artisanal character is enhanced by a burnished brass and acid patina finish with fascinating tone variations. To the extreme, it is clean and modern.
8.Kenmure Solid Wood Side Table with Storage
The table has a timeless style that can be used in any environment. The mango wood table has clean lines and a cabinet that can be used as a shelf. This piece can be used as an end table next to a couch, under a window with a rose, or as a bedside table, flexible for side table ideas.
9.Grove Court End Table
The Grove Court end table is the ultimate accent piece for your house. Set a chic lamp or decorative accent on its travertine stone top and admire its hand-hammered, geometric metal frame.
10. Sadie Drink Table
Sadie is small and decorative, with enough room for a drink or two. The aluminum table, handcrafted to look like a typical candlestick, has an all-over ribbed texture that emphasizes the antique brass finish.
11.Stiles Metal Triangle Nesting Table
This end table, one of a collection of four nesting tables, updates classic mid-century amoeba curves with a squared triangle of iron. The iron top is finished in grey and supported by slender iron legs with cheeky circular feet. The triangle nesting table is charming on its own, but it often clusters with other Stiles tables to create a tiered arrangement of interesting textures.
12.Entu Side Table
A clever squared “S” of solid teak forms a pattern that is open to interpretation. It’s a contemporary side table of three landings for show and storage. It has a magazine rack on one side and a tabletop on the other.
13.Butler End Table
This six-leg end table is a classic and one-of-a-kind piece that will bring elegance and class to your decor. On Plantation Cherry and Olive Ash Burl finishes, this End Table has a maple and walnut veneer starburst inlay on top with a cross-grain border. The 6 tapered legs are connected by a lower show shelf and have hand-carved details.
14.Cardwell End Table with Storage
This end table adds a modern touch to your living room, and some much neededstorage. This style is a perfect addition to every space because it has one wide storage drawer and an open foundation. Attach your own personal style and décor to the shelf.
15.Apex Round End Table
Apex is the finest type of exquisite solid walnut. This modern table balances a slender reverse-beveled round top on a sculptural, crisscrossed foundation of notched and twisted beams, providing a fashion showpiece that is also practical. They would make quite the coffee tables if I don’t say so myself.
16.Audrey Marble C Table
The design in the Audrey Marble C table is for me, absolutely on point. Overview Hand-welded iron in chic matte bronze creates a slender decorative frame for a stunning polished white marble top. This c-shaped table, designed to fit comfortably under a sofa or armchair, takes the tabletop closer for better access to food, drink, or crossword puzzles. Audrey’s metal and marble blend looks new and fresh, with just enough timeless sophistication to go with a range of designs. Each table is one-of-a-kind, with its own veining pattern and colors ranging from grey to black, dark red to purple. This would make a fantastic addition to any home living space.
17.Goshorn Side Table
This is a bohemian and diverse set. Handcrafted pieces are made from a range of materials, including solid wood, brass, and even cloth. Each piece is a testimony to the craftsmanship of the craftsman who made it as well as the natural materials used in its creation. This round end table is made by hand.
18.Callista Drum End Table
New shapes and materials allow everyday life to be lived in luxury.
19.Prost Medium Marble Drink Table
This fun-loving table, named after the German word for “cheers,” rises to the occasion with a charming shape and scale. The traylike top is made of black marble with grey veins that rises high on a slender column supported by a sculptural, matching marble base. Combine with an arm chair or form a cluster of overlapping small and tall Prost tables, each with its own distinct mix of materials.
20.Ridgway End Table with Storage
The Ridgway’s neutral tones and clear, flat form allow it simple to integrate into a variety of design types. It looks particularly good in modern settings!
21.Tankersley End Table
The Tankersley End Table is a modern rectangular end table that can bring an urban edge to every living room. It has a black finished iron frame and a sturdy mango wood top with a bottom display shelf that is lavishly finished in a heavy brown walnut stain with mild distressing for some distinctly industrial looking side table ideas.
22.Lawrence End Table
With this end table idea, you can add clean-lined style to your living room. It has a honey wood finish and is made of sturdy acacia veneers. The metal frame completes the mixed-material style that I adore. It also has exposed rivets, which is a sly homage to vintage-inspired architecture. This side table has a wide lower shelf that is ideal for additional storage in addition to a large tabletop.
23.Rooney Bunching Table
As a commanding cylinder of ebony-finished wood, Rooney adds to the suspense. The top’s striking starburst motif is created by carefully arranging pieces of wood with different grain patterns. Slim rings of neon brass binding encircle the side tables at the top and bottom for a touch of glam sparkle. The side table is beautiful on its own, but it looks much better when arranged in multiples in front of a sofa or sectional.
24.Azura Brass C-Table
Another stand-out C-Table – you might think I have a bias. Azura highlights the artisanal in a versatile C-table style that tucks under a sofa or chair as a useful, space-saving board. The eye-catching, hand-sculpted top is a study in rustic texture, while the steel rod base is subtly patterned with hand hammering and a hand-applied brass patina finish to add a golden glow.
25.Alba End Table
The minimalist Alba end table features etched textures that add tactile detail. The table’s slim disc top has a striking sunburst design, and the legs of the basic tripod base have a hammered effect. The table is made of iron and has an antique nickel finish for a touch of glam. Alba’s straight lines and open stance look great when combined with a classic sofa or armchair.
How to Buy End Tables
Do you want additional storage space for books or decorations? Are you hunting for a piece of furniture that can help light up your living room? End tables are the ideal solution to your problem and are perfect for tiny house shells with small spaces. They are tiny tables that can be placed next to your couch like a side coffee table or in the middle of a space. They deliver thousands of material, form, and type variations, so you’ll have plenty of choices to find the end table that’s perfect for you.
End Table Types
Drum: Drum end tables, which are cylindrical in form and quirky in nature, are ideal for adding charm to your home.
Nesting: If you want to order more than one table and you don’t want to take up that much room. A nesting table is an ideal alternative idea because it helps you to get more tables without eating up precious floor space. As an added advantage, since each table is the same style, you won’t have to think about matching different tables.
C-Table: These tables are built in the form of a letter C, with the legs on one side. The C form helps you to easily shift the table next to your sofa or chair, enabling you to easily access a remote or reading content.
Trunk: Do you need more storage space but still want a trendy end table? A trunk end table is an excellent compromise between those two aims. There’s plenty of room for everything you need to store, and it even functions as an end table.
End Table Shapes
End tables come in every shape you can think of and are ideal for a small space. Different shapes have advantages in different circumstances, so read on for some pointers on deciding which shape is better for your style and home.
Round: Round-end tables look perfect in spaces with plenty of space and innovative design. Since there are no rigid lines, the table can be positioned anywhere in a room while also balancing other pieces of furniture.
Square: Since they move effortlessly next to your sofa or chair, square end tables are ideal for rooms with little usable space. Clear lines provide order to the living room, which is ideal for minimalist or industrial designs, also acting as a perfect little sofa coffee table.