Lately we’ve been shopping sofa tables for renovation projects and staging, and our mid-century modern obsession isn’t always the right aesthetic — we’re finding oursevles needing that perfect rustic ranch style or farmhouse piece to complete the look.
About Sofa Tables
From Home Designing: A sofa table is a long and narrow table used to display decor, add intrigue, or incorporate storage. Similar to a console table, they generally stand around 30 inches—higher than a coffee table, yet shorter than a chest of drawers. However, sofa tables certainly aren’t a new concept, as they date back to the late 1700s. While traditionally they were long dropleaf tables used in front of sofas, today you will often find them without a dropleaf and placed against the back of a couch.
They’ve put together an impressive list of different styles, shapes, and materials. Here are a few of our favorite examples.
Modern Minimalist Sofa Table
Looking for something minimal without a lot of bulk? This sleek sofa table with its Mid-Century Modern aesthetic may be just what you need. It is a budget-friendly option that sports a neutral finish with lightly distressed detailing. Available in Grey, Distressed White, and Desert Brown (shown).
Industrial Sofa Table
Nothing says industrial quite like the marriage of wood and metal. With its bolted metal frame and barn wood shelving, this long sofa table offer tons of room for decorative items and storage bins. An exceptional example of a piece that doesn’t sacrifice style for function.
Counter Height Sofa Table
Whether watching the game or grabbing a bite to eat, this bar height sofa table is meant to be used. It has a rustic and industrial styling with its wood and metal build. The matching stools shown are also available, but you can use most standard bar height chairs with this piece.
Modern Bamboo Sofa Table
This bamboo options is oozing with Mid-Century Modern style thanks to its two-tone design, soft edges, and splayed wooden legs. Coming in at a little over $100, it is a great decorative and functional piece for those on a budget.
To keep reading about different styles for every space and budget, head on over to Home Designing to read more.