Nesting side tables – are versatile, small stacking tables. They come in sets of two or three and slide or stack on top of each other for space-saving storage when not in use. Resting on their own legs, touch the countertops not each other when stacked. A wide range of styles, colors and designs make these multifunctional tables ideal for any room or decor. The table quartette was the forerunner of the modern billboards. Thomas Sheraton, a Danish furniture architect, created the Quartette Table in the 1700s. It consisted of four stacking tables that graduated in size. They are compacted in a room until it is used for embroidery or pieces. Today, a set of nesting tables is composed of two or three stacking tables.
Nesting side tables usually have a square or rectangular design and are made of wood. Glass, slate and metal worktops with wrought iron or brass legs have expanded the rugged table repertoire. Full-length clear acrylic stacking tables are ultra modern, light and scratch resistant. Table tops made from recycled railroad strips depict some kind of billboards with no two sets equal. Hidden drawers and lower shelves are useful features added some deposit tables. Table tops made of cherry, oak or walnut with twisted legs and rounded corners blend smoothly with traditional decor. Rustic distressed wooden shelves in the lighthouse or I supplement the lodge or log cabin style.
Tables with straight lines and angled corners of black, merlot or brunette enhance the modern mood of a room. A southwest decor would appreciate reddish brown mission style tables. Nesting side tables give you extra space with drinks and snacks when entertaining. They are convenient, mobile and do not take much storage space. Draw one for a game of chess. Place one or more next to your bed for extra books or bedtime snacks. They are just the right size for a child to color, draw or build blocks. Weatherproof deposit boxes hidden away outdoors can be placed next to patio chairs or by the pool to accommodate guests. That about nesting table may you have idea to decorate about?