Occasional Tables

Modern, Vintage and Antique Occasional Tables

An occasional table is a small table for infrequent or varied use. At EuroLuxHome.com, we see these pieces of furniture as an opportunity: an opportunity to enhance your living room, dining room, bedroom, home office, or entryway. An occasional table can be a lot of different things- whether it's a 19th century coffee table, 20th century end table, console table, chairside table, or sofa table, these pieces are sure to delight all who lay eyes on them. We can even offer a complete table set. Whether you choose the pieces mentioned above or something else from our collection, you'll find that each tabletop is constructed to the highest quality. With pieces ranging from vintage English to antique French to modern Italian, you know you're getting quality. 

Dining Room Occasional Tables

So you're looking for an extra table for your dining space that isn't a dining table or nesting table. Something stylish, but also something that provides extra table space. At EuroLuxhome.com, we have the furniture to meet this need. A cocktail table could be a great place to place desserts on beverages while dining with close ones. Combine these with the right home decor and dining chairs and your room will really start to come together! Each of these solid wood pieces features a unique design capable of complementing your existing decorative accents. 

Living Room Occasional Tables

What better way to enhance your lounge chairs, loveseats, and recliners than with a quality occasional table? Whether you're looking for a glass top table to place a table lamp, or simply need a few extra living room tables, EuroLuxhome.com has the catalogue to help.

Whether you're looking to make good use of a small space, want to complement your accent chairs, or simply want to enhance your living room furniture, EuroLuxHome.com is a great place to start. 

Antique Side Tables and more!

Styles of table include French, Georgian, Victorian, Chippendale, Edwardian, Art Deco, Art Nouveau, Biedermeier, George III, Louis XV, Mid Century Modern and more! 

Many of these tables feature quality inlay and marquetry to demonstrate the skills of their creators. From tea table to accent tables, you'll notice the attention to detail that is prevalent among this furniture. 

Materials used include satinwood, rosewood, antique mahogany, and sometime marble for a marble top. These quality materials give these pieces the durability that we expect from our antique furniture.

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Occasional Tables FAQ

01 What are occasional tables used for?

We like to think occasional tables can be used for any...wait for it...occasion. It makes the most sense to use them in the living room. You can put drinks on them, candles, books, etc.

02 Why are they called occasional tables?

They're called occasional tables because they're not designed for any one specific person. End tables, for example, are meant to sit at the end of your seating. Occasional tables are as versatile as living room furniture gets. The name reflects their many uses.

03 What is considered occasional furniture?

Occasional furniture refers to small pieces of furniture that can be put to varied uses as the occasion demands. Items such as small tables, nightstands, chests, commodes, and easily moved chairs are usually included in this category.

04 How do I decorate my occasional table?

You can use a shallow basket or tray to hold decorative items that play with height, or keep essentials like a remote, book, candle, or plant together. A tray or anything to group decor together is usually unnecessary on small accent tables, but if you do add one, make sure it doesn't overwhelm the table. Plants or flowers can be added.

05 What styles of occasional table are available at EuroLuxHome.com?

We offer occasional tables for any interior design scheme. From antique French Art Deco pieces to refined Victorian style tables, our collection is tailored to our customers' needs.

06 What is the difference between an end table and an accent table?

Location. The primary distinction between an accent table and an end table is their placement in the home. End tables, like bookends, are usually placed next to a sofa. An accent table, on the other hand, can be placed in any room for decorative purposes.

07 How high should a table be next to your couch?

Here's the rule: your end table should be within two inches of your sofa's arm height. If your couch's arm stands at just 18 inches, then, you'll want a shorter end table

08 What is an occasional table?

An occasional table is any living room table without a designed purpose. This doesn't mean they're useless, though! It just means you have more options in how to use them. For example, they can be a great place to put your table lamps.

09 Where should I place my occasional tables?

You generally want to have your occasional tables in an "out of the way spot". You can also consider putting them on the edges of your sofa or other seating.

10 Does EuroLuxHome.com offer occasional tables?

EuroLuxHome.com has a wide variety of occasional tables for sale. We have antique occasional tables in virtually every style. We also have many sleek modern dining room tables from trusted brands such as Jonathan Charles and Chelsea House.

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