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Side Tables for a Functional and Fashionable Living Space

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These design-forward side tables will elevate your space and keep your belongings within reach

By Designlines

Side tables play a big role in many interior design schemes, seamlessly blending functionality with style and adding a purposeful value to tight quarters and stubborn nooks. We’ve rounded up some of our favourite versatile pieces to add flair, balance, and convenience to your home.

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Like a statue in a grand space, this stunning, modern side table stands out with its monumental design and sophisticated aesthetic. Available in black and a natural Alabaster concrete, the Maria is a stylish design poised for timeless appeal. $570, at Rove Concepts.

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Furniture makers Zanat began trading in the Austro-Hungarian Empire over 125 years ago. Ever since, the company has perfected and preserved the Konjic woodcarving technique, evident in the wooden Nera side table. Topped with a glass surface, the table is a marriage of rustic, traditional and superbly sleek. Pricing upon request, at Avenue Road.

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The Shimmer Collection, by award-winning product designer Patricia Urquiola for Glas Italia, features tables crafted of laminated glass with a multichromatic finish. The collection’s side table balances a compact footprint with a generous tabletop in a colourful expression when illuminated by natural light. $3,545, at Design Within Reach.

Concrete Furniture


Celebrating the interplay of resin and concrete, the Small Golia table by Italian design company Draga & Aurel is a nod to New Brutalism. The juxtaposition makes resin appear as if it’s emerging from a concrete block, creating a harmonious balance between the materials. Pricing upon request, at studio b home.

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T Red Travertine 

Designed by Studio ANANSI, this T-shaped side table highlights Travertine’s natural tonal variations with streaks of red and orange that create a vibrant visual effect. At 20″ tall, this variation of the table makes a highly functional addition to bedsides and office nooks. $529, at CB2.

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As far as side tables go, there’s one space where this essential piece of furniture is most convenient: the bedside. Hence the name of this convenient product by Toronto’s Kroft. With a floating top shelf, the three-legged side table makes handling and open storage feel more functional than ever. $360, at Kroft.

Box Shaped Side Table


Made of sustainably sourced pine with a lightly bleached finish, this geometric side table uses a reverse bevel edge to create the open square frame. A single drawer is cleverly fitted into the frame to keep the look seamless. $749, at Crate and Barrel.



This mesh side table is handy for storing things like throws, cushions or magazines in the basket. Plus, its practical handle makes it easy to lift the table top and put in and take out what you need. $60, at IKEA.

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