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How to Choose the Right End Table for Your Space

Love the concrete look of this end table. Great tips on choosing the right table for your space!

When it comes to furnishing a living or family room, end tables are a small, but important piece of the equation.

They’re most commonly used at the end of sofas or sectionals, or beside or between chairs, to provide a place to set a lamp/drinks/books and possibly add additional storage.

They provide function, certainly, but also add to a feeling of completeness to a room.

Here are a few things to consider when deciding what will work best in your space:

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The Chesterfield Sofa: 4 Favorite Looks

We love this living room - the chesterfield sofa takes a walk on the modern side

Who’s a fan of the Chesterfield sofa?

If your hand is raised, it’s not surprising – you and a great portion of the population these days.   And, really, what’s not to like?  The Chesterfield has it all – a classic silhouette, great style, interesting details, and design versatility.

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The Style File

Style finds - great accent chairs, gallery and chalkboard walls and a creative home office.

Style: noun ˈstī(-ə)l the quality that makes something attractive, interesting or unique

The Breakdown: (clockwise)

1. Emily A. Clark wasn’t really utilizing her dining room, so she decided to repurpose it. She did a great job of turning it into a stylish and functional home office!

2. We’re loving the industrial lines, rustic finish and versatility of the Cello chair. In addition to being a great dining chair, it also works for seating in an entry, office, or craft room, or as an accent chair in any room of the house.

3. This gallery wall we discovered on HGTV’s website shows a stylish way to display your family photos and add some interest to a stairway.

4. A bold pop of color is always a great way to add style to any room, and you could easily accomplish that with a fun accent chair.

5. Chalkboard walls don’t seem to be going away any time soon, and we like the style Annette creates in this entry by painting a chalkboard wall, writing a simple greeting, and finishing it off with some great texture with the rustic coat rack and bag.


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