As far as side tables go, there are many types, styles, forms and designs to take into consideration and each one comes with its own set of unique characteristics, pros and cons. Round side tables are among the most common and versatile. There’s something very comforting about them, something that makes them stand out and blend in at the same time. They fit equally well in modern, traditional, rustic or industrial decors.
A side table that blends well traditional and modern accents is the one designed by Paula Deen. Its design is infused with rustic beauty but, at the same time, simplified and with an elegant look thanks to the black finish. The round top and the detailed base allow the table to add a nice warmth to the décor. Its body is made of hardwood and cherry veneers with a distressed tobacco finish.
The Sputnik table is designed by Jonas Ihreborn and has a simple and graphical design. It comes in several sizes including a model with an attached lamp. The unusual combination makes this particular version ideal for reading nooks. The frame and top are made of metal with a black powder-coated finish.
Something about the Lignum side table makes this piece of furniture look intriguing and familiar. The table is part of a collection designed as a tribute to iconic architects and the pieces are exclusive, innovative and bold. The table has a simple and organic form and is made of polished metal and stone. This combination of materials gives an allure reminiscent of sculptures. The base is made of antiqued brass and the top is marble.
A similar combination of materials was also used in the case of the Zen table. Like all the others, it has a round top. Its base is made of stainless steel and the top can either be made of Emperador marble from Spain, Frappuccino marble or glass with a bronze-colored finish. It was designed by Tiziano Bistaffa for Selva and is part of a collection that also includes two coffee tables with characteristics similar to this one.
Given the design of the Buzzimilk table, it would be pretty easy to mistake it for a stool. After all, it’s a low table with a round top and four legs. In fact, Alain Gilles designed it as a multifunctional piece which means it can perform both functions mentioned above. For increased comfort when using it as a stool, use the cushioned seat.
The Denver side table designed by Vermeil for Galiatea is a handcrafted piece made of exotic wood. The table is available with several different finishes and is the perfect accessory for modern living rooms, bedrooms or reading spaces. Simple and versatile, it adds an elegant touch to every space it goes in.
The round top of the Mr & Mrs X side table contrasts with the base and together they achieve balance. The table is part of the Back to Nature collection and has a surprising design. The table can change its look height and form thanks to the unusual design of the base. This makes it particularly versatile and practical. Use it as a side table or as a coffee table.
Interestingly enough, this piece is the Coffee Table side table. At first sight, it doesn’t seem very interesting or practical. Its design, however, is not only meant to be graphical. The table’s frame is made of metal and doubles as a magazine rack. Moreover, the round top is removable.
The Around table by Bensen is very chic and its delicate is minimalist and delicate. The sophistication of this side table comes from the simplicity of the materials involved, the forms and the colors and finishes. This is a table that doesn’t want to stand out but will nevertheless become subject for discussion.