Add some old world beauty to any room with an ornately carved table with a marble top. A little round scrolling metal table with glass top will fill any corner with the flavor of the Big Easy. If you like the Victorian look you can treat your guests to its definitive charm when you serve them tea on a detailed, wooden serving cart. Or bring some warmth and charm into your living room with a quilted leather ottoman storage table. It is perfect for holding a snack and hiding a fuzzy blanket. If you like to entertain some nesting tables are the way to go. Two smaller tables fit snuggly under a larger one until they are needed. Then simply place them around the room where you need them and store them with ease when you are finished.
So, you enjoy the decor of your living-room. Nevertheless, you still having this sensation that it requires a little "something" in order for it to absolutely be full. What you truly require is an accent item that will aid set off the room and also bind all those loosened decorating ends with accent tables being a fantastic option for doing just that.
With as various decorations as you can visualize, there'll be accent tables to work with. When you try to find standard designs, you'll discover sleek timber surfaces, blended wood and also painted, covered in granite or marble. A butler's table-a detachable tray set on a folding base-would appearance excellent in a British Colonial living room. The strong geometric lines of a craftsman-style table in oak or a mission-style table in cherry would work with well in these timeless American layouts along with in Asian-inspired decors. A distressed repainted surface in white or a pastel would work well in a room that brings the beach indoors.
Essentially, scrapes on accent tables are tiny and also come from something as simple as a person's ring moving across the surface of the table. In this instance all you need to do is likely search in your pen and also marker drawer, find a shade that is really near your table as well as color in the scratch. You might want to use a fabric to rub the ink in to make it blend in a bit more.