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.
We'd say the Gazelle side table at Dwell Studio is the ultimate conversation piece.
A tusk moment (they're resin, not real) at Bernhardt.
We love the Sputnik-inspired base on the Andre side table at Dwell Studio.
Extra legs and details liven up this coffee table at Hooker.
We're feeling very French with this glam little chain-link table at Bernhardt.
Look closely — see the table top floating on its statement base? At Bernhardt.
This small-scale side table at Dwell Studio is the perfect amount of whimsy in a straight-laced room.
This woven wood base feels very 70's in the best way possible at Bernhardt.
Another Bernhardt stunner in gleamy brass.
The base shape and golden accents on this table from Lillian August feel almost Egyptian.