The Nelson Large End Table, Low Height from Herman Miller was designed by George Nelson. It is an ideal coffee table with its circular silhouette that frames whatever is placed on it. The sculptural metal base is available in 4 finishes. Choose between 4 different hues for the laminate top.
The Dino End Table from BDI has a sleek and elegant design. The table has an organic and asymmetrical shape. The legs are made of steel and the table top is glass. The table legs converge to prop up a middle shelf. The shelf is available in 3 color options.
Designed by Warren Platner the Knoll Platner Side Table has been a classic design since it was first introduced in the 1960s. The Platner side Table combines a delicate look with strength and function. Thin vertical wire rods make up the base and support the glass top. The Platner Side Table is a brilliant addition to any home or office.
Sleek and sophisticated, the Ward Bennett H Frame Side Table is perfect for the modern yet elegant home. Fully customizable, the table top is available in wood veneer, marble, or glass. Herman Miller and Geiger offer the base finish in 3 options.
The Table One, Bistro Round Table from Magis is one sturdy piece. With a 75.5 pound concrete base this Magis end table is grounded, solid, and a nice change of pace from the flimsy end tables that seem to tip over at every opportunity. The Table One, Bistro Round Table by Magis is versatile enough to work well in almost any space. Available in white, black or white and black the Table One, Bistro Round Table is one of the sturdiest end tables on the market.
The Skovby Side Table SM 234 is simply an elegant wood side table. The slightly canted legs come together at the base for a unique look and stability. The Skovby Side Table SM 234 features a square top with beveled lower edge. The Side Table SM 234 promises to add form and function to any living room or bedroom.
The Saarinen End Table by Knoll was designed by Eero Saarinen, one of the master designers of the 20th century. Available in a number of surfaces finishes, this table is among one of the most important furniture designs of the mid-century movement.
The She Said Table is a curvaceous side table that has plenty of style. An elegant wood frame supports a glass top that's perfect for a holding drink, lamp, or just adding a little surface area to your living room.
The Alight Occasional End Table, with its x-shaped base and glass top, is at home in any setting. Solid manufactured wood with wood-grain laminate base and tempered glass make this round side table a long-lasting piece you'll enjoy.
The Root End Table by Gus Modern features a faux wood grain tabletop, with the pattern etched into a thick layer of glossy white lacquer. Three solid tapered Ash legs support this minimalist end table.
The Saarinen Oval Side Table by Knoll was designed by Eero Saarinen, one of the master designers of the 20th century. Available in a number of surfaces finishes, this table is among one of the most important furniture designs of the mid-century movement.
The Knoll Cyclone Side Table was designed by Isamu Noguchi in 1953 in an effort to experiment with wire and wood. The Cyclone Side Table brilliantly combines both materials into an eye-catching piece. The sculptural base incorporates chrome-plated steel wires and a black porcelain finished foot. The beech exposed edge of the table's surface provides that touch of flair that truly sets the Cyclone Side Table apart.