Modern End Tables from Room & Board
Master craftsmanship and a variety of sustainable materials distinguish Room & Board?s modern end tables from your average accent table. The options and combinations are nearly endless.
End tables are not, as the name implies, the end of the story. Oftentimes they?re just the beginning, providing the inspiration for a room?s look. And Room & Board?s modern and contemporary options are ready to serve, encompassing many different styles, from Vermont-made, Arts-and-Crafts?inspired tables to groovy mid-century plywood tables that can be turned on their heads to create multiple looks.
While C-shaped end tables in chrome-and-glass, bright powder-coated steel or steel-and-marble can be pulled over the edge of a chaise or tucked close into the sofa, geometric mid-century styles and tulip shapes stand apart.
Minimalist or living in a small space? You can get away with small stools that double as seating when you have company. Tend to collect stuff? Use a compact cabinet to pull double-duty as storage and a place to perch your drink, book or remote while you lounge.
Plus, Room & Board also offers end tables in our popular Top + Base program, so that you can choose the materials and construction that matter most to you. Create a modern look that suits your space from a variety of bases that run the gamut of shape, style and size, and finish it off with a top in a complementary material. Choose from glass, marble, granite, quartz and solid wood options. Each combination celebrates natural materials, a neutral palette and a sophisticated style.
Some end tables are designed to set off your art and accent pieces. In some cases, the tables are the architectural stars, managing to take center stage and highlight your furniture, grounding the space without making it feel heavy. No matter which design decision you make, these end tables will make your space sing.
Our end tables are made in America from the finest quality U.S. and imported materials. Consider ones crafted in Massachusetts on the same machines that manufactured spools and bobbins in the mid-1850s. Or Vermont-made maple cross-section tops that show where they were tapped for syrup over the years to recycled natural steel welded in Minnesota. This is furniture you?ll be proud to have in your home.�