In part 2 of this “accent table mini-series,” we’re exploring some of my favorite mid-range options, from $150 – $300. In case you missed it, you can see Part 1 here.
Home Decorators: Recycled Accent Table $169
If you’ve caught the industrial bug like I have, you can’t help but love this guy. Delightfully earthy and reassuringly battered, he comes in two sizes, one as small as 12″ in diameter. The 16 x 18″ size would make fabulous stools around a rustic table.
Home Decorators: ZZZ Table $169
The retro, modern lines of the ZZZ table make it an interesting accent just about anywhere. What about lining several of them up to make a console, or stacking two to make a sculpture? Available in blue, red, and black.
Grandin Road: Telescoping Table $199
Simple and elegant, this table would be at home in any traditional or transitional space. The adjustable height makes it versatile enough to work with nearly any seating group, or even to serve as a stately plant stand.
Grandin Road: Yuvi Table $199
How cool is this guy? The chunky squared pedestal gives you a lot of meat without a lot of size, and the pull out tray means you could even put a lamp on it if you wished. Take him modern, transitional, global, or rustic.
Home Decorators: Argyle Accent Table $199
As I mentioned last time, I’m getting pretty tired of those same-old garden stools, but THIS one just moves me. I can’t even tell you why. I just love him. He’s so sleek… so shiny… so… pretty.
Home Decorators: Washer Accent Table $199
Loooooooove. This table is absolutely modern art in furniture form. Masculine and unique, how delightful would this be on the opposite end of a sofa from the recycled table above?
Home Decorators: Baxter Table $199
Open and airy, it has that “Tobi Fairley” feel that I enjoy so much. I’d love to see this mixed into a traditional space for spice, but obviously, it would work great in any modern environment.
Lamps Plus: Mock Alligator Table $199.99
Again, a lot of substance in a small space. Instant global appeal, with storage to boot!
Lamps Plus: Walnut Trunk $199.99
Rich and traditional, this one is a steal for the price. I often see this sort of table (without this much detail) going for $400-$700. The surface is large enough to hold a table lamp, which is a bonus.
Z Gallerie: Antler Table $249
Shiny and unexpected… what a great conversation piece! The curves would bring great balance to a very linear sofa or chair.
Lamps Plus: Robert Abbey Accent Table $259.91
These tables are designed to slide over the arm of a chair or the cushion of the sofa, and it’s unusual to find them with such a traditional look. The fact that this one is adjustable makes it even more fabulous.
Lamps Plus: Baina Table $292.91
I’m enamored with the glamor! I often feel mirrored tables look cheaply put together, but this one has such rich detail. The shape of the column, the burnished silver finish, and the mirrored base give this small piece serious opulence.
Grandin Road: Riveted Drum Table $299
Ah, another fresh take on the garden seat. I enjoy that this is neither ceramic, nor shiny, and the copper ensures that no two pieces will be exactly alike.
How are you enjoying our accent table journey so far? Aren’t they FUN?? Stay tuned for Part 3, where we look at little jems that are worth blowing the budget for!