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Side tables

9 items total
Side table FERA, white, steel, Blomus
149 €
BM66199
Side table OP-LA 52 cm, with removable tray, black, Alessi ALJM12BB
Side table PICK-UP 49 cm, black, Alessi
490 €
ALJW02B
Side table TOILETPAPER LIPSTICKS 57 x 48 cm, blue, Seletti SLT17183
Side table TOILETPAPER LIPSTICKS 57 x 48 cm, pink, Seletti SLT17184
Side table TOILETPAPER REVOLVER 57 x 48 cm, red, Seletti SLT17182
Side table TOILETPAPER SHIT 57 x 48 cm, yellow, Seletti SLT17186
Side table TOILETPAPER SNAKES 57 x 48 cm, black, Seletti SLT17187

Side tables – adding a touch of elegance in maximising your space

Where can I place a side table?

Side tables are typically small tables that are placed next to other pieces of furniture to keep items like lighting, clocks, books, and other useful stuff within easy reach.

These items are categorised on Kulina by attributes including colour, material, and brands like Hübsch and Seletti.

A side table is a versatile home essential that can be placed in various locations within your home, depending on your needs and preferences. You can set up your living room with our side tables well-placed next to sofas or armchairs allowing you to enjoy movie nights with drinks and snacks nearby without having glasses knocked off hand rests.

Another place where side tables are used is in the bedroom. Typically, bedside tables are found in bedrooms but having a side table offers possibilities for delightful reading moments and increases storage space in your bedroom.

Lastly, offices that use multiple pieces of equipment can also benefit immensely from well-placed side tables that are perfect for holding office essentials and enabling workers to maximise productivity while reducing clutter.

What is the difference between a side table and a coffee table?

Side tables and coffee tables are both types of furniture that serve specific purposes in a living room or seating area, but they differ in size, function, and placement. Here's an overview of the key differences between these two types of tables:

Side Table:

  1. Size and Height: Side tables are generally smaller and more compact than coffee tables. They are designed to fit next to or beside seating furniture like sofas or armchairs.

  2. Function: Side tables are used to provide a convenient surface for placing small items within arm's reach. They are ideal for holding items like drinks, books, remotes, or decorative accents.

  3. Placement: Side tables are typically placed beside seating furniture to offer a place to rest items without the need to stretch or reach far. They are often positioned at the end of a sofa or between two chairs.

  4. Design: Side tables come in various styles and designs, ranging from simple and minimalist to more ornate and decorative. They can complement the overall decor of the room while also being functional.

  5. Versatility: Side tables can be used in various rooms beyond the living room, such as bedrooms, home offices, and even as bedside tables.

Coffee Table:

  1. Size and Height: Coffee tables are larger and lower in height compared to side tables. They are meant to be placed in the center of a seating area.

  2. Function: Coffee tables serve as a central gathering point in a seating area. They provide a larger surface for placing items like drinks, snacks, magazines, and decorative items. Additionally, coffee tables often have storage options like shelves or drawers.

  3. Placement: Coffee tables are placed in the center of seating arrangements, typically surrounded by sofas and chairs. They are meant to be accessible to all seating positions.

  4. Design: Coffee tables come in various designs, ranging from rectangular or round shapes to more unique and artistic forms. They can be a focal point in the room and can contribute to the overall design and style.

  5. Interaction Space: Coffee tables offer a space for people to interact, play games, and engage in activities when sitting around the table.

  6. Size Variations: Coffee tables come in different sizes to suit different room layouts and seating arrangements. For larger seating areas, larger coffee tables are more common.

In summary, side tables are smaller, meant to be placed beside seating furniture, and provide a surface for small items. Coffee tables are larger, placed at the centre of seating areas, and offer a larger surface for various activities and items. The choice between a side table and a coffee table depends on the size of the space, the seating arrangement, and the specific functions you need the table to fulfil.

In Kulina, we offer other versatile range of furniture pieces including coffee tables, table trolleys, and side tables.