How to Decorate Nesting Tables

Aug 9th

According to the “Elle Decor” magazine, the origin of nesting tables comes from the 19th century English furniture designer Thomas Sheraton. These tables, which put away neatly underneath another, save valuable space in small rooms. There are a variety of options to decorate with nesting tables, dictated by the amount of space available in your room and your personal taste.

Marlow Nesting Tables
Marlow Nesting Tables

Directions to decorate nesting tables: Use two sets of nesting tables as end tables for your couch. Keep nested tables and remove them whenever you have guests. Place lamps correspondents in the larger tables and accessories with small parts around the lamps.

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Place the nesting tables lined up against the wall in order from largest to smallest. On each table place a glass vase. You could mix the colors up or choose to similar colors. For an interesting visual effect, use pots of three different heights.

Turn your nesting tables extra seat. Combining attach pads with the top of each. Finally, keep your nesting tables semi-nested. Do not extend completely from one another, but let them out enough to put small decorative objects, such as a ceramic vase, antique books or what matches your personal taste on them.