The Edit: Side Tables

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    When it comes to statement side tables, global designers have been experimenting with a combination of materials and shapes. We curate a cross-section of our current favourites.

    The petite side table is a versatile piece to complete any space, be it in the living room, bedroom or bathroom. Accompanying a multitude of interior styles, the compact side table can offer the convenience of storage, sitting a drink or two, or displaying your most prized objects. We’re brought together nine of our favourite side tables by some of the world’s best-loved designers, each unique in form and materiality.

    This piece originally appeared in issue #33 of est magazine.

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    Slit Table Cult

    Slit Table

    Best described as a ‘paper origami translated into a metal universe’, the Slit Table by Danish stalwart HAY combines powder coated steel, mirror and brass. Available in three shapes – round, rectangular and hexagon – and a myriad of colours, the Slit Table can stand alone or be arranged in a colourful cluster.

    Stump Occasional Table

    Hiding behind the name ‘Stump’, this elegant and iconic form by Ligne Roset is a made from sleek marble, ready to crown any worthy space.

    Stump Occasional Table Domo
    Bong Side Table

    Bong Side Table

    While the Bong Side Table may appear deceivingly heavy, it’s light as a feather, made from fibreglass varnished in matt finish. The sculptural Bong comes in bright and bold colours or a marbled finish. 

    Laurel Side Table

    With its memorable amalgamation of colour, material and form, the Laurel Side Table often makes an appearance in the home’s featured on est – be it in Sarah Wolfendale’s bathroom or the Tribute House living room. The cone and cylinder forms intersect with an exact material ratio of 50/50, while providing two levels to rest objects upon. 

    Laurel Side Table Luke Furniture
    Travertine Side Table Spence and Lyda

    Travertine Side Table

    Characterised by one of our best-loved materials, the Travertine Side Table is a classic, understated piece, fitting to a pared-back space. The Travertine Side Table is available in brass or oil rubbed bronze.

    194 9 Table

    Piero Lissoni’s 194 9 Table series for Cassina are the perfect candidate for creating an arresting cluster of side tables, available in both high and low versions.

    194 9 Table Space Furniture
    Stamp Side Table Grazia&Co

    Stamp Side Table

    The Stamp Side Table by Grazia&Co can be easily customised to complement existing features in a space. Fusing a playful exploration of shape and materials, the Stamp Side Table takes a cylinder-like shape with a brass or stainless steel rod detail and natural stone or leather top.

    LC14 Tabourets

    Leaning on the more practical side, the LC14 Tabourets Stool by Le Corbusier for Cassina is a solid chestnut stool in natural wood colour, functioning as a side table to freely move around with handles on each side.

    LC14 Tabourets Stool Space Furniture

    Tray Table

    The classic jet-black Tray Table by HAY STUDIOS is made for the minimalist’s home, with a powder-coated steel frame and removable tray top, available in various dimensions.

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    Hargrave St House by CM Studio | est living
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    Living Room | Tribute House by Alwill Interiors | est living

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