Accent Table Resource Center: Answers & Tips
What wrought iron accent table styles do you carry?
We offer tables to suit just about any design style, including:
Where can I use a wrought iron accent table?
Accent and drink tables are meant to be used at either end of a sofa or loveseat or beside an armchair in the living room, study or family room. These little tables are also ideal additions to any style bedroom, especially near a chaise lounge, slipper chair or even beside the bed when space is very limited. Essentially, wrought iron accent tables can be used anywhere there's a need for a convenient place to hold a drink, small lamp, decorative object, book or magazine. They're perfect for small space living.
We are adding all sorts of helpful information, tips and ideas for ways to use every one of our designs. Check at the bottom of each table description. If you ever have questions please call or email us.
What materials are used to create your wrought iron accent tables?
Most of our tables have hand-forged iron bases, but tops and decorative accents are created from glass, wood and other fine materials depending upon your design choice. These may include:
- Hand-forged Wrought Iron
- Mirrored glass
- Egyptian Stone
What types of accent tables do you carry?
Nesting tables are ideal accent tables. Iron base nesting tables come in sets of 2 or 3 so they can be easily stored together, one under another. The space-saving collection means you can entertain large crowds while also enjoying extra room when no one is around.
Drink tables offer a perfect solution for those who tend to dine and entertain in the living room frequently. These little tables are light and easily moved about to accommodate eating or drinking at the sofa or armchair. Iron drink tables come in a variety of styles and finishes including those listed above.
Small End Tables & Side Tables
For smaller spaces, accent tables maybe used as an end table or side table beside the sofa or armchair. They come in round, square and rectangular shapes and offer enough table space to hold a narrow based lamp or smaller accessory.
How do I care for my wrought iron accent table?
Learn more about accent tables from these blog articles written by our expert designers.
We hope you'll take time to explore the many ideas, tips and of course the beautiful room images on our Artisan Iron Furnishings & Decor blog:
"Modern History: Bauhaus Nesting Tables"
Want to learn a little furniture design history? Read a bit about the back story and designer of Albers Nesting Tables in "Modern History: Bauhaus Nesting Tables".
"Get the Look: Decorating with Nesting Tables"
Nesting tables are at once stylish, visually interesting and totally practical, see these irresistible examples: "Get the Look: Decorating with Nesting Tables"
More online resources to explore: