Welcome guests with an entryway table decked with a vase of fresh flowers and they'll think they have entered an upscale resort. Place an accent table in the hall below a mirror. Not only will it be an interesting stopping point on the way through your home it is the perfect place for showing off a favorite vacation photo and storing some linens. Place a small round table in a corner to add interest and a resting spot for a hurricane candle or vase of fresh blooms. No matter where you put one you'll just love the extra display and storage space.
You have this empty corner in your living room that is just really taking away from the look of the rest of your space. You want to put something in that corner that will not only fill it up, but do so in a decorative way. What to do, what to do? The thing is, the solution to this problem is really a no brainer, all you have to do is rely on accent tables. One would really be an awesome investment.
Whether you have a table that's currently been stained or painted, there might be some attractive grains beneath that have been covered with whatever shade you used. So, among the first things you may wish to do is strip that table down as well as see what's below. If it has grains and markings that offer it individuality, you might not intend to cover these up. Rather, you can utilize a lighter tinted stain that still makes it look like an ended up piece but shows off the charm of the all-natural timber.
There's area around your home for accent tables to be both functional as well as decorative. Pick tables that can serve greater than one purpose and also can make up for layout drawbacks in your home. As an example, a table beside the bath tub can hold towels on a bottom shelf, a spare bar or 2 of your favored soap in also a little cabinet, with an area for a favorite and also a perfumed candle on its top.