8 Geometric Side Tables That Make a Bold Statement

published Nov 5, 2018
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If you feel like your room is missing a certain artistic touch, then it’s time to bring out the sculptures. But rather than getting actual busts or little figurines, help bring in that missing creative flair with end tables. Swap out your simple wooden pieces for geometric side tables that look like they belong in an art installation or museum. From vintage Art Deco inspirations to abstract metal creations, the small accent pieces will go a long way when it comes to adding interest to your room. See some stylish picks below.

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Designed by Lenny Kravitz, this ’70s style design is inspired by his global travels and the aesthetics of his homes in Paris, Brazil, and the Bahamas. Metal and leather fold into each other like origami in this piece, giving your space a sleek dose of rock and roll.

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This geometric cement side table can be used both inside and outside, and will add a natural element to your space. The bare concrete look mixed with the architectural edges will add some drama to any room.

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If you like the look of negative space, this brass side table with its hexagon table plate will add a modern twist to your decor.

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Art deco in design, this navy lacquered and gold plated table has some major Great Gatsby vibes.

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Add some abstract shapes to your room with the help of this gold accent piece. Small enough to be tucked into a corner next to the sofa, but with enough personality to bring something memorable to the room, this conceptual end table is a playful pick.

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These colorful side tables can be used for everything from sitting, to serving, to accenting in any room, balcony, or patio. Get one for a cheeky pop of white, or get a couple to add a geometric splash to your living room or garden.

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This ’60s throwback design was created by home product designer Brett Beldock, who was inspired by a ’60s table owned by her aunt. Complete with curved legs and a contrasting flat top, this gold finish side table will give your room some luxe vintage flair.

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Inspired by cosmic vibes, this black and white resin marbled table creates a “black hole” of sorts, thanks to its open void. It will give any room a modern and artsy touch.