1. Bedside Tables
Bedside Tables are a convenient solution to keep your belongings such as your smartphone, books, diary, reading glasses near your bed. These are usually placed near the headboard of your bed, so you can ensure the bed remains clutterfree and you have no dearth of sleeping space. The bedside table also securely keeps your items in an accessible range from your bed. A Reading lamp is a must have for your bedside table.
They also have drawers, in case you need some more space, and who doesn’t like some extra space for themselves?
The wooden body & design of our Bedside tables enables you to place them anywhere in your house, such as a side table or an accessory table in your living room. Virtually there is no limit to their versatility.
2. Console Hall Tables
Console Hall Tables, also known as Foyer Tables, are typically found at home’s entrance doors or in hallways. They’ve adequate length & depth to allow plenty of room for movement around them. They are frequently the first piece of furniture people see when they enter your home, so you want to make a good first impression.
Console Tables are much more than just an ordinary table. They add value to your home decor, as well as providing a storage solution. Place your keys, photo frames, souvenirs, and other small articles for display.
3. Coffee Tables
A Coffee Table is more than just for coffee. It is the main piece of furniture in your living room. Placed at the center of your seating sofa, it is the table on which you stash your books, magazines, crockery such as coffee cups, fruit & snack bowls. When your guests arrive, and sit on the sofa, they will come in contact with the coffee table. Therefore, you want to be certain that the table is attractive & of comfortable height.
A Coffee Table is a versatile & essential furniture item, not just for your home, but also for your office reception area. Accommodate your visitors and have great conversations over an elegant coffee table which suits your decor style.
4. Nesting Tables
Nesting tables have the same shape as regular tables, but their sizes rise in increments. They’re made to be stacked on top of one another to create a tiered look.
They’re a great way to save space with furnishings. You might wonder how. When not in use, the smaller tables can be stacked beneath the bigger ones due to their design. As a result, you won’t have to be concerned about storage.
The adaptability of Nesting Tables is another advantage. The smaller table(s) can be used as a stool in some configurations. As a result, you won’t have to buy separate chairs to match the style.
5. Side & End Tables
Side Tables & End Tables serve as an addition to your existing furniture.
Side tables are put on the sides of your sofa, dining table, or kitchen counter to provide additional styling & convenience. You can neatly arrange a flower vase, a fruit bowl, cutlery & crockery, serving trays on a side table.
End tables are similarly placed near corners, bed headboards, walls, and transit areas such as halls, doors, and entrances. Phone chargers, reading lamps, water bottles, and such can be stowed away on your end table with ease.
These tables, however, aren’t limited to being decorative accessories. They can be used interchangeably in any other situation that comes to mind. Their quirky & petite size allows you to fit them anywhere in your home.