I received a question about this living room last week- a reader asked about alternative brass side table options. It sort of led me down a rabbit hole sourcing the best brass side tables available online, so I decided to make a gigantic resource guide. Brass is a classic material and it’s not going out of style anytime soon. Side tables are a great investment and can be used pretty much anywhere… they’re one of those small pieces that make a huge difference in your home. Click through to shop over 45 of my favorite brass tables of every style and price!
01: slender end table // 02: maisie side table // 03: brass pedestal side table // 04: wildon end table // 05: kate accent table // 06: tote end table // 07: talia side table // 08: felix end table // 09: celeste end table
From the above roundup, I’d choose #8 because of the minimal sophisticated design. That table could literally work with any style! I’m also into #7 and #9 because they’re timeless and would be so chic paired next to a sofa or nestled in between two occasional chairs.
The next style is one of my very favorites. Below, I’m really attracted to heavy, graphic shaped tables. I own the martini side table (#3), and I’d love to splurge on the small cylinder end table (#1). It would fit perfectly into tight floor plans… there’s just enough room to sit a drink. Which is the point, right?!
01: lorene end table // 02: brass trunk side table // 03: octavia accent table // 04: haven end table // 05: ostfold end table // 06: spencer end table // 07: barbell side table // 08: teardrop end table // 09: martini side table // 10: brass garden stool // 11: eva modern side table // 12: gilded brass side table // 13: antique brass chess side table // 14: marble topped end table // 15: lowry end table
01: faux bois side table // 02: cast tripod side table // 03: jane side table // 04: link bunching table // 05: camila side table // 06: porter round side table // 07: granite brass accent table // 08: tripod accent table // 09: marble and brass side table // 10: eustace side table // 11: leo side table // 12: leather and brass side table // 13: jules small accent table // 14: isobel accent table // 15: tini end table
Tripod base tables feel very glam to me. There’s something about the base style that is uber stylish. The accordion style one pictured above in Jacqueline’s entryway is a steal for $79! I’m also loving #15 and #7. Speaking of the entryway, these are the perfect size to position next to a front or back door. Add a tiny bud vase and a tray to drop your keys, and you’re good to go!
01: noir end table // 02: brass nesting tables // 03: vellum side table // 04: nottingham side table // 05: oxford marble side table // 06: hollywood regency side table // 07: end table // 08: duffy side table // 09: pascal bunching table
The tables in the above collage are those that didn’t really fit into any specific category, but I liked them so much I just couldn’t leave them out. They’re the best misfits, ever. You can’t go wrong with classic nesting tables (#2), and I’m seriously thinking about buying #5 for my new living room. So pretty!!
Which tables are your favorites? Are you attracted to one style more than another? If you’re looking for budget-friendly side tables, Jacqueline put together an amazing guide for side tables under $150. Definitely check that one out!
If you want to quickly review the prices, hover over the thumbnails below for the cost!