3 Ways to Style an End Table

Some people switch out their throw pillows at the beginning of each season. But for Chicago lifestyle blogger Blair Culwell Staky of The Fox & She, end tables give her endless opportunities for transformations.

Blair shares with us three different ways to style one end table below—proof that just a few small changes (a repositioning here, a switch out there) can give a small corner a whole new life.

3 Ways to Style an End Table via The Fox & She - Discover, a blog by World Market

Look #1: Mixed Heights

A variety of heights give the table a more interesting composition and keep it from looking cluttered. This setup keeps your eyes moving from candle to sculpture, cloche to table lamp.

3 Ways to Style an End Table via The Fox & She - Discover, a blog by World Market

Look #2: House Love 

“Moving pieces from other areas of your house and trying them out in something like an end tablescape is a great way to get your brain thinking creatively,” says Blair. When you’re experimenting and stretching the boundaries of what people expect to see in a certain space, you’re bound to get a stylish and uniquely-styled table.

3 Ways to Style an End Table via The Fox & She - Discover, a blog by World Market

Look #3: Gaga for Gourds

Gourds are great for fall—and winter. Blair loves the warmth, texture and color they bring into a room. She also loves having scented candles within easy reach, and lighting one at the end of each day as a special treat.

 

Like what you see? Peep more style and decor tips on Blair’s blog, The Fox & She

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