One of the most useful, versatile, pieces for a designer to use.  Every room needs one, or more.  Not only do small tables function as a landing spot for a drink or a book but they also add interest as a layering piece to a room.  They can be easily moved around the room and there are so many great options to choose from.

Use a pair of small tables instead of a coffee table.

Jeffrey Bilhuber/Architectural Digest

Jeffrey Bilhuber/Architectural Digest

House Beautiful

House Beautiful

This beautiful John Dickinson footed table is not only a landing spot, but also a piece of sculpture.

Thomas O'Brien

Thomas O’Brien

The varying height and style of these two tables makes an interesting composition.

Elle Decor

Elle Decor

This brass campaign side table mimics the metal work of the lantern above and has just the right delicate touch for this seating area.

Elle Decor

Elle Decor

This sculptural tiny table plays beautifully off  other the other elements in this sophisticated room.

Elle Decor

Elle Decor

I love layering a small table in front of night stand for added interest and functionality.

Nick Olsen

Nick Olsen

Todd Alexander Romano

Todd Alexander Romano

This small tri-pod table looks perfect in this tight spaced seating area.

Lonny

Lonny

I love the use of a small table even in bathroom spaces.

Elle Decor

Elle Decor

Elle Decor

Elle Decor