Mixed Materials: Metal Side Tables + Unique Materials = One-of-a-Kind Style

Metal side tables are not just for ultra-modern or industrial spaces. Especially when you go for styles that combine materials, the result is a fresh, functional and of course, stylish addition to any living space. Bonus: side tables are a highly-effective surface to keep essentials close at hand! While side tables are available in a variety of styles and materials, metal  offers a unique look that can be enhanced by combining them with different materials like marble, glass, and enamel to express your personal decorating style.

Types of Mixed Textures

Marble is a classic material that has been used in architecture and design for centuries. This durable natural stone comes in a variety of colors and grain patterns, making it a versatile material for side tables. Combining marble with metal creates a contrast that highlights the unique texture and surface detail of both materials. A metal base with a marble top is a popular combination, but you can also experiment with different shapes and sizes. A metal side table with a small marble accent is an excellent way to add a touch of luxury to your space for way less than the cost of redoing your kitchen!

Glass is another material that can be combined with metal for a unique look. Because glass is a transparent material, allowing light to pass through, it's a great choice small spaces, as it takes up less visual space. A metal side table with a glass top creates an uncluttered illusion of space, making the room feel more open and airy. A glass top also allows you to showcase the metal base, highlighting its unique design and texture.

Enamel is a material that has been used for centuries in decorative arts and crafts. It is a type of glass that is fused to metal, creating a durable and colorful surface. Enamel side tables are an excellent way to add a pop of color to your space. You can choose from a variety of colors and patterns to create a unique look that complements your existing decor. Enamel side tables are also easy to clean and maintain, making them a practical choice for high-traffic areas.

How to Find your Style

When it comes to combining metal side tables with different materials, there are a few things to keep in mind. First, consider the size and shape of the table. A small side table with a large marble top may look overwhelming, while a large side table with a small enamel accent may look out of place. Second, think about the overall style of your space. A modern space may benefit from a sleek metal side table with a glass top, while a more ornate metal side table with a marble top would be more at home in a traditional space.

Combining metal side tables with different materials like marble, glass, and enamel can create a unique and stylish look that complements your existing decor. By experimenting with different shapes, sizes, and colors, you can create a one-of-a-kind look, adding beauty and functionality to your space... besides that ever-important space to rest your phone. With a little creativity and an eye for design, your metal side table can become the centerpiece of your room.

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