Hello Table

It’s a friendly little table at a reasonable price.

Small $299.00
18 x 16 “

Large $399.00
26 x 16 “

Purchase Information:

Price: $299-$399
Availability: Buy Hello Table here

birch wood tray side table

I really like this little table. And even though I’m not usually a big fan of birch wood, I think this table could use a coat of oil or wax and it would fit in nicely with some of your more sophisticated pieces. Another great thing about it is that the top lifts off for use as a tray.

15.5″diam x 22″h.

Purchase Information:

Price: $229.00
Availability: Buy birch wood tray side table here

ledge round table

I thought this was a delightful little table with an equally diminutive price.

“Sturdy, compact design with a clever rim keeps items contained. Perfect choice for bedroom, living room or any small space. Laminated wood top with birch veneer. Metal, chrome-plated base.”

Purchase Information:

Price: $58
Availability: Buy ledge round table here

Spindarella Table

What nice legs you have, little table. And it’s made of Environ, which is a biocomposite of recycled paper pulp. I haven’t heard of that before, but it sounds good and responsible.

Color: Midnight (shown) or Sunset.

24″H x 24″D

Purchase Information:

Price: $800.00
Availability: Buy Spindarella Table here

Concrete Cubes

If you’ve been hankerin’ to get your outdoor living space set up and ready for the spring/summer, here’s a couple of concrete cubes to consider. I think they’d also be fine indoors as well.

Large Concrete Cube
20w x 25d x 23.5h

Small Concrete Cube
20w x 19.5d x 19.5h

Purchase Information:

Price: $109-$139
Availability: Buy Concrete Cubes here

Light Block Table

Lookit! It’s an end table and a light all in one. The small inner square contains the bulb and the cord/socket is at the bottom of the inner square. It’s a nice size too.

White/Clear or Red/Clear

15.75″w x15.75″d x 19.75″h

Purchase Information:

Price: $299
Availability: Buy Light Block Table here

noguchi prismatic tables

As you may have noticed, I’ve been posting some interesting shapes lately. I used to be very rectilinear, but now I think I’m rebeling in the form of hexagonals and other equilaterals. I have not yet hit rock-bottom (amorphous or abstracts), but I’m teetering. Do they have programs for people like me?

Purchase Information:

Price: $455
Availability: Buy noguchi prismatic tables here

Thorsten Van Elten Magazine Reader

Have we posted this before? I don’t think so, but it sure seems like we would have. There’s not much to say, other than this table is stupendous. It’s made of powder coated 3mm mild steel and is available in white, dark blue, and grey. I think I love this one more than my shoes too.

Designed by Richard Shed.

40 x 40 x H40cm.

Purchase Information:

Price: $375.00
Availability: Buy Thorsten Van Elten Magazine Reader here

Source: Via

Context Furniture William & Mary Tables

So if you need some surface space on a small budget, I’d recommend taking a look at these tables. I think they’ve got a lot of punch for the price (quite fond of the stylized shaping of the legs with the laminated top).

“Context Furniture’s William & Mary tables add a different kind of contrast, with their ultrasmooth laminate surfaces and aluminum legs. The silhouettes (again, especially in the legs, but also in the shaping of the tabletop edges) still draw on historical designs, but the overall result is distinctly modern.”

Some color options: black knight, invasion red, monarch white, royal blue

Materials: Anodized aluminum legs with 3/4 inch laminated, multi-ply top.

Small Round Table 16.5″H x17″Diam

Round Table 12.50″H x29″Diam (center hole diameter is 8″).

Purchase Information:

Price: $198
Availability: Buy Context Furniture William & Mary Tables here

Barbarella Side Table

This little table is pretty neat. It’s a ready-to-assemble type of thing. It arrives flat and you bend it into its shape. There’s a coffee and console table too. And! If you like robin’s egg blue, you’ve got that option for the base as well.

Steel frame, wood veneer top.

26″ w | 19″ d | 20″h

free shipping in the continental U.S.

Purchase Information:

Price: $349.00
Availability: Buy Barbarella Side Table here

Aldo Bunching Table

This little table has a lot bite for its bark. What does that mean? I don’t know really, but what I’m trying to say is that for the price, it’s a nice little table.

•Solid beech and hardwood veneer
•Lacquer stain (espresso base, midtone top)
•Tongue and groove joinery


Purchase Information:

Price: $249.00
Availability: Buy Aldo Bunching Table here

DeStijl table

This is a nice DeStijl example was designed in 1922 and reportedly was one of Eileen Grays favorite pieces and stood in her living room until her death.

“She exhibited it in 1922 at an exhibition of French art in Amsterdam. It was no surprise that this small table aroused the attention of the DeStijl architects. The sculptural Quality, the use of color and the logical design are all features of ‘DeStijl’.”

Made from beech and MDF, lacquered in black and white in satin Gloss

25.2″ x 24.2″ x 32″h

Shown are the front and the back of the table.

Purchase Information:

Price: $1840.00
Availability: Buy DeStijl table here


Now this is something for those of you that like to change things around. Alone, each piece functions as a sculptural side table, but in multiples, you can mix things up and move them around to form many, many interesting shapes. Four units shown.

Steel with coating; available in orange, grey, green, black, or brown.

14″ x 14″ x 14.1″

Purchase Information:

Price: $219.00
Availability: Buy Jigsaw here

Acrylic I-beam Table

Acrylic is not “out”. It’s still “in”. I don’t know if anybody said it was really out yet, but I’m preemptively stating such so that everyone still feels secure in purchasing furniture made out of this great stuff we call acrylic.

12 L 12 W 18 H

Purchase Information:

Price: $290.00
Availability: Buy Acrylic I-beam Table here

Scrapile Cube

Surely you’ve heard of Scrapile furniture before? If so, you earn points. If not, well, you better read up, ’cause they’ve got a really great line of furniture made from wood scraps.
They earn a bajillion points for recycling tons of wood that would go into landfills and creating really great pieces that I certainly would be proud to use and display in my home. These cubes are within a somewhat modest budget, and they offer such versitility with stacking options or as a side table, etc. Each piece is made using non-toxic water-soluble glue and hand finished with Danish Oil which creates a water-resistant finish. Since they’re handcrafted, each one will be unique.

H 15″ x W 18″ x D 10″

Purchase Information:

Price: $360.00
Availability: Buy Scrapile Cube here

Source: Via