Our Favorite Accent Tables Under $150!

end table in living roomA thoughtfully arranged floor plan makes all the difference! A large part of that is filling negative space with functional furniture in a room. The easiest way to add form and function? An accent table! Most frequently we use them next to a sofa, occasional chair, tucked in-between or flanking two pieces of furniture, and even next to a bedside. The possibilities of these pieces are endless, and they can easily be moved throughout your home to change up your aesthetic every once in awhile. Fortunately for us, this is one piece of furniture that doesn’t always come with a hefty price tag. Check out our favorite accent tables, all under $150, in every style.

Accent Tables Under $15001: theo side table // 02: vintage two tier faux bamboo end table // 03: pandora end table // 04: lotem end table // 05: contemporary chrome c-base side table // 06: tribal carved wood accent table // 07: gold barrel table with glass top // 08: neptune one drawer end table // 09: marlton end table gold // 10: marble top c table // 11: modern side table // 12: white vintage cane end table // 13: round metal glynn accent table // 14: acrylic tray table // 15: cement gray side table // 16: queen bee lotus accent table // 17: acrylic nesting tables // 18: spindle dipped side table // 19: hollywood regency brass accent table // 20: white remy side table // 21: modern black lacquer nesting table // 22: antique gold accent table with glass top // 23: geometric copper drum table // 24: brass & glass cantilevered side table // 25: vintage hairpin leg table // 26: brass and back end table // 27: belle accent table // 28: modernist pedestal side table // 29: vintage red rattan accent table // 30: porter side table // 31: wood and iron accent table // 32: side table with drawer // 33: loop end table

You can really get creative with the placement of these tables! Think outside the box when floor planning. If you’re on the fence about splurging on a large coffee table, try two matching accent tables, like the image below.

Two Accent Tables as a Coffee TableOf course there’s the obvious, positioning an accent table next to a sofa.

Side Table Next To SofaYou can even float one of these tables in a bathroom. Remember Sarah’s bathroom? She likes placing additional towels and toiletries on a side table for guests. It looks equally as great styled minimally, with a single floral arrangement.

Small Side Table in BathroomA good decorating rule of thumb is that for every seat, there should be a table within reach to place a beverage. Imagine yourself sitting on a sofa, occasional chair, chaise, or daybed… is there a table within reach?

Rules for Decorating with Side TablesI love the variety of finishes, shapes and colors included in this roundup! I’m also liking the mix of new and old – some are great vintage finds and one-of-a-kind pieces… and they’re all fantastically priced! We plan to use one of these cool accent tables in our living room in-between a set of nice (hopefully leather) lounge chairs. Which accent tables are you leaning towards? Tell us your favorites below!

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  1. Leah Prevost says:

    Sooo many good ones!!

    1. Yes!! I’m super exited to snatch a few of these up once we’re settled in next month ;) xo

  2. Do you know what type of plant that is in the gray vase in the top picture? The round leaves?

    1. Yes, it’s silver dollar eucalyptus!

      1. Woah, lightning fast.
        It’s stunning. It adds an elegant touch.

        1. Ha! It’s one of my favorites… it lasts awhile too. You can find it at almost every florist shop or even the local grocery.