The 10 Best End Tables

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This wiki has been updated 13 times since it was first published in April of 2020. For those who wish to organize their living spaces, end tables are useful for keeping phones, remote controls, reading glasses, and other useful items close at hand. Most include lower shelves or cabinets that keep books and magazines, blankets, games, and other larger objects tidy. Here we have ranked the best according to aesthetics, build quality, materials, durability, and value. When users buy our independently chosen editorial picks, we may earn commissions to help fund the Wiki.

1. Tangkula Nesting Set

2. Convenience Concepts Tucson

3. Winsome Wood Timber

Editor's Notes

April 17, 2020:

If you want to keep your living area and your coffee table free of clutter, or if you wish to place a reading lamp nearer your couch or chair, then an end table provides a simple solution. Choosing the ideal model usually comes down to just a few factors, such as appearance, size, materials, and storage capacity.

Those whose homes are more traditional in style might consider the Décor Therapy Round Table or Winsome Eugene, both of which have classic designs. Alternatively, if you are hoping to add a modern twist to your home environment, then the Convenience Concepts Tucson or Convenience Concepts Soho are better suited, with their contemporary aesthetics and attributes which include a charging station and tempered glass construction.

Should space be an important factor when choosing an end table, then a set of nesting tables, such as the Tangkula Nesting Set would be a good option. These give you the freedom to keep one as a static table while the other can be placed around the room as required, or you could use them both as mobile occasional tables, and stack them out of the way when not in use.

4. Convenience Concepts Soho

5. Signature Design by Ashley Breegin

6. Winsome Eugene

7. Signature Design by Ashley - Mestler

8. Claire Accent Table

9. Décor Therapy Round Table

10. Convenience Concepts Omega

Christopher Thomas
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