How To Decorate A Side Table
First, let’s tackle one of the most important considerations: height. Ideally, a side table should be equal to or just below the arm of the seat it’s next to. Not only does it create a nice visual flow in the room, the table is within easy reach for setting a drink down or turning on a lamp. Standard sofa arm heights can range between 24 and 32 inches, so get out your measuring tape.
If you’re already on the hunt, you know there are a dizzying array of shapes and styles out there, so it can be hard to settle on a look. When in doubt, it helps to think in terms of adding contrast to a room. Take a look at your existing furniture. Do you have a lot of upholstered pieces or bold patterns? You might want to offset the soft edges and visual texture with a more clean, streamlined design, such as our Felicity Acrylic Rectangular Side Table.
And speaking of round tables, they’re the perfect shape for bringing balance to a square room with so many boxy pieces.Download Bokep Indo Terbaru You can rarely go wrong with a round shape. However, square tables tend to offer more surface space for a lamp and other accessories, so think about what you’ll put on top. Square side tables are also a natural fit tucked into corners or flanking a sofa and chair at a right angle.
STORAGE & FUNCTION
So how many side tables does one room need, anyway? Well, it depends on the amount of seating you have and the size of your space. Generally speaking, we think every seat should have its own side table or share one with another seat. And sofas always look great with a side table at either end.