Elevating the arrangement of your outdoor quarters from an assemblage of modern side tables to a smashing alfresco pieces couldn`t be simpler these days. The market is bursting with seriously stylish, weather-friendly side tables for sunroom,terrace, poolside, and beyond.
“I love the glossy finish,” raves Coleman. “I can see this piece in brown or black setting in a nice villa house. It would look terrific placed near plaid or striped fabric.” “It`s so amazing, it screams ‘picnic’, ” she says. “And its a great buy.”
This one os perfect for someone who entertains frequently because its light enough to move around and with a cushion it could visually double the space around.
This amazing side table will look perfectly with other pieces outside on a lovely terrace full of flowers.
This is a classical indoor-outdoor piece,” explains Coleman. ” It doesn`t just blend it but adds a real sculptural element – and it will last for ages.” Bridges envisions the ceramic stand in a formal garden setting.
“Find it a destination and dont move it again!” jokes Bridges about the substantial weight of this concrete table. Coleman suggests trying the faux-bois trunk in a wooded area: ” Place it in a clearing, such as under a tree with a pair of Adirondack chairs framing it. It says’mountain gateway’ to me!’
If you are a big fun of graphic patterns, so you found the right side table that will fit your room design. This table is nice and high- perfect near a chair or outdoors and also its stylish, contemporary and easy to clean.
The fretwork looks terrific in blue, yellow or any other color. “It`s best for a sunroom or porch. You can use it even for books and the tabletop is big enough to put the lamp.”
This modern mosaic-style of outdoor table is a pefect piece for outdoors and its big enough for thumbler, a cell phone and a magazine.” Coleman finds humor in the vintage design: “It`s happy table with a personality.”
So usefull and inexpensive and will be a perfect fit for your outdoor. You can even push together three tables for a large space or top them with thin cushions to create ottomans.
Some pieces of furniture like this one can be looking good either in the living room or outside in the warmly designed terrace.