Spotted at High Point: Statement Table Bases

Spotted at High Point: Statement Table Bases

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Jennifer Hunter
Apr 11, 2014
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Want to liven up your boring table base? At the High Point Furniture Market this season, we saw plenty of ways to spice up that under-appreciated space — from woven wood to brass studs to chain-link. Click through to check out all the clever ways to interpret this new trend.

Above: A tough, London-inspired table at Bernhardt.
(Image credit: Dwell Studio)

We'd say the Gazelle side table at Dwell Studio is the ultimate conversation piece.

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A tusk moment (they're resin, not real) at Bernhardt.

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We love the Sputnik-inspired base on the Andre side table at Dwell Studio.

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Extra legs and details liven up this coffee table at Hooker.

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We're feeling very French with this glam little chain-link table at Bernhardt.

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Look closely — see the table top floating on its statement base? At Bernhardt.

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This small-scale side table at Dwell Studio is the perfect amount of whimsy in a straight-laced room.

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This woven wood base feels very 70's in the best way possible at Bernhardt.

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Another Bernhardt stunner in gleamy brass.

(Image credit: Lillian Auguest)

The base shape and golden accents on this table from Lillian August feel almost Egyptian.

(Image credit: Bernhardt)
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