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Side Tables

Whether placed in the living room, bedroom or hallway, side tables can add style, character and versatility to a space. Ideal for use as bedside tables, occasional tables and feature pieces, Castlery side tables will make a fantastic addition to your contemporary interior.

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Seb Bedside Table
Acacia Wood, 2 Drawers, Rustic Finish
$359
Mika Side Table
Cylindrical, Soft Closing, Bentwood
$499
Duncan Sculptural Side Table
Matte Finish, Outdoor Friendly
$399
Olwen Side Table
Matte Ceramic Finish, Outdoor Friendly
$399
Zane Side Table, Dark Walnut
Unique Connecting Legs, Walnut Wood
$199
Mika Burl Wood Side Table
Cylindrical, Soft Closing, Burl Wood
$629$699
Joseph Bedside Table
2-Drawer Nightstand
$499
Mori C Side Table
C-Shaped, Slab Legs, Oak
$269
Bruno Side Table
High Gloss Finish, Rounded Edges
$399
Harper Side Table
Oak Veneer, Tambour Doors
$599
Emery Bedside Table
Fluted Timber Panels, Brass Handles
$469$499
Casa C-Side Table
Minimalist Design, Chamfer Stop Detail
$299
Lavine Marble Side Table
White Marble, Organic Shaped Top
$399
Elio Marble Round Side Table
Damascus Brushed Marble Top
$499
Crescent 2-Drawer Bedside Table
Mindi & Mappa Burl Veneer
$799
Guin Round Side Table
Matte Concrete, Outdoor Friendly
$299
Auburn Wedge Storage Console
Spill-Resistant, Modular Storage Unit
$499
Crescent 1-Drawer Bedside Table
Mindi & Mappa Burl Veneer
$599
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Side Tables

Stylish Side Tables in Singapore

Side tables can be used to display photos, flowers and ornaments, to hold food and drink or as feature pieces in their own right. Small and easy to work into any interior, side tables are a great way to add a practical but stylish touch to a space. Choose from attractive mid-century modern tables, classic wooden designs and charming rattan pieces to find the Castlery side table perfect for your Singaporean home.

How To Choose The Right Side Table for Your Home

When selecting a new side table for your living space in Singapore, it’s important to consider where exactly your new furnishing is going to go. Think about how much floor space you have for the piece, how it will work with nearby sofas, tables and chairs and how you’re going to use it once it’s in place.

If your new side table is going to go against a wall or be used as a bedside table, a square or rectangular design will probably be the best choice. If you’re going to use your new side table as a small coffee table, or place it next to your sofa to use as an end table, you could also opt for a contemporary round piece.

Adding A Side Table To Your Living Room

Place a Castlery side table in your lounge to emphasise your interior design theme and add a practical touch to the space. If you have a mid-century modern or modular sofa, placing a complementary side table at one end will highlight the design theme and give you somewhere convenient to place your drinks.

If you have a sofa bed, the side table can be used as a bedside table when friends and family come to stay. For a slightly different aesthetic, use a circular side table as a round coffee table and bring a contemporary touch to the space.

Adding A Side Table To Your Bedroom

Side tables make fantastic bedside tables. The perfect way to frame your bed, contemporary and classic side tables will add an attractive finishing touch to your room. Choose a side table with a built-in cupboard or drawer to maximise storage space and make your new addition practical as well as stylish.

Find out more about our collection of high-quality side tables, or browse our range of TV consoles, coffee tables and other lounge and bedroom furnishings, by taking a look around today.

FAQ

What Are Side Tables for?

Side tables are incredibly versatile pieces of furniture. You can use them to add a little style and character to your interior, sit them next to your bed to use as bedside tables or even use them as small, convenient coffee tables.

What’s The Difference Between An End Table And A Side Table?

Side tables and end tables are very similar. In general, side tables tend to be slightly larger than end tables and are often used as bedside tables or to display ornaments and photos.

Should my side tables match?

End tables can be placed next to sofas and armchairs to provide somewhere safe for drinks and food to be put down. They often have a strong design element and, although small, can have a big impact on the look of a room.

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