Side Tables
Side Tables
Practical for endless uses throughout the home, side tables can simultaneously act as storage for books and decorative accessories as well as display areas for sculptural objects. Luminaire's range of small tables includes those of various heights and sizes for optimal function while careful attention is paid to form and material. Our side tables showcase complimentary small furniture that adds texture and contrast to living environments.
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/images/products/thumbs/1012.jpg Carved by hand, the 3 Leg Stool by Pol's Potten adds a rustic edge to any environment. 3 Leg Stool Pols Potten
/images/products/thumbs/1640.jpg In the 9 Round Side Table, Italian designer Piero Lissoni showcases his mastery of proportion and form and his sophisticated understanding of materiality. The circular tables, anchored by a cylindrical base in marble, feature a slender metal pole that supports a coffee-colored glass top. 9 Round Side Table Piero Lissoni
/images/products/thumbs/210.jpg Eileen Gray's ingeniously proportioned, distinctive form has made this height-adjustable table into one of the most popular design icons of the 20th century. The Adjustable Table E 1027 is perhaps one of the most classic designs of the 20th century. Adjustable Table E 1027 Eileen Gray
/images/products/thumbs/1288.jpg The Alwa Side Table by Sebastian Herkener combines glass and metal with poetic finesse. The undulating irregular 50 mm thick cast glass top retains small bubbles and streaks, mimicking the aesthetic of water. Alwa Side Table Sebastian Herkner
/images/products/thumbs/1812.jpg Jader Almeida's Asti Side Table references the Brazilian designer's penchant for pure geometric expressions with a reduced form and clean proportions. The side table features a bent tubular metal base available in carbon steel or brass supporting a round walnut or ash surface. Asti Side Table Jader Almeida
/images/products/thumbs/1465.jpg Architecturally inspired, Victor Vasilev's B3 Side Table exhibits the designer's characteristic sensitivity to material and form. Rendered in pure white, the side table is distinctive in design thanks to its stacked nature; it's three planes of steel are arranged at varying heights, each slightly off center from the one below. B3 Side Table Victor Vasilev
/images/products/thumbs/252.jpg Considered a design classic, the Backenzahn has become an identifying icon from Philipp Mainzer. The stool gives a strong impression with its four identical legs made of solid oak. Backenzahn Stool Philipp Mainzer
/images/products/thumbs/1223.jpg Balancing Boxes is a small playful side table designed by Stockholm studio Front. The set of irregular overlapping boxes, some which appear to be falling or perhaps floating in space were inspired by the idea of defying gravity. Balancing Boxes Front
/images/products/thumbs/755.jpg The Bell Side Table by Sebastian Herkner turns our perceptual habits on their head, using the lightweight, fragile material of glass as base for a metal top that seems to float above it. Hand-blown in the traditional manner using a wooden mold, the transparent tinted glass base asserts a sculptural presence in a space, contrasting intriguingly with the solid brass frame on top. Bell Side Table Sebastian Herkner
/images/products/thumbs/1249.jpg The Bell Side Table by Sebastian Herkner turns our perceptual habits on their head, using the lightweight, fragile material of glass as base for a metal top that seems to float above it. Hand-blown in the traditional manner using a wooden mold, the transparent tinted glass base asserts a sculptural presence in a space, contrasting intriguingly with the solid copper frame on top. Bell Side Table Copper Edition Sebastian Herkner
/images/products/thumbs/1248.jpg A special limited edition of the Bell Side Table from designer Sebastian Herkner. The Das Haus 2016 Edition features a hand-blown glass stem, flashed white inside asserting a sculptural presence recalling the elegant curving silhouette of a bell. Marked with a serial number and delivered with a certificate signed by the designer and manufacturer. Bell Side Table Das Haus 2016 Edition Sebastian Herkner
/images/products/thumbs/377.jpg With a focus on finish, material, proportion and perfection, designer Jort Mercuur's Belvedere Pedestal Table for Joinworks is elegant and exacting. the manner of applied new technologies. Belvedere Pedestal Table Jort Mercuur
/images/products/thumbs/1024.jpg A pencil shaped base balances a delicate and slim circular top. Designed by Patricia Urquiola, the Burin Side Table is a minimal piece with a strong personality. Burin Side Table Patricia Urquiola
/images/products/thumbs/1028.jpg The Butler Night Table is a low cylindrical wooden bedside table with a grooved tray-like top which contains the objects placed upon it. Butler Night Table Piero Lissoni
/images/products/thumbs/1638.jpg Franco Albini's classic Cicognino Side Table harmonizes classic woodworking expertise with a playful silhouette for an enduring design. Originally introduced in 1953, the small three legged table features one leg that stretches upwards to form a swan-like neck and a beak shaped handle. Cicognino Side Table Franco Albini
/images/products/thumbs/1649.jpg Steffen Juul creates products that are designed for interaction. With his Come Here Side Table, the Danish designer elevates the common furniture accessory with a clever addition of a built-in handle, allowing the small table to be moved easily from place to place. Come Here Side Table Steffen Juul
/images/products/thumbs/841.jpg A multifunctional table or storage unit that looks like a cylinder with a graduate's hood on top, Patrick Norguet's Degree Container Table is both versatile and useful. Remove the top hood and you will find an open container, great for maximizing storage in the home. Degree Container Table Patrick Norguet
/images/products/thumbs/767.jpg Carved by hand, the Devil's Eye Stool by Pol's Potten adds a rich textural element to any interior. The stool is subtle yet quirky, clearly combining the Dutch company's characteristic playful design with that of a more global trend. Devil's Eye Stool Pols Potten
/images/products/thumbs/239.jpg Open to a wide range of interpretations and uses, Konstantin Grcic's uniquely designed Diana A is formed from a single sheet of metal and powder coated in a variety of colors. Part of the Diana series, each side table explores the visual aesthetics of the celebrated designer's work. Diana A Side Table Konstantin Grcic
/images/products/thumbs/244.jpg Open to a wide range of interpretations and uses, Konstantin Grcic's uniquely designed Diana B is formed from a single sheet of metal and powder coated in a variety of colors. Part of the Diana series, each side table explores the visual aesthetics of the celebrated designer's work. Diana B Side Table Konstantin Grcic
/images/products/thumbs/1347.jpg Glass and steel unite in Fabio Bianchi's Disc Glass Table resulting in a precise design with a clear function. The minimal palette of materials echoes the reduced design of the side table which eschews any unnecessary elements. Disc Glass Table Fabio Bianchi
/images/products/thumbs/352.jpg With a deceptively simple, visually striking, silhouette, Lievore Altherr Molina's Dizzie Side Table for Arper is ideal for diverse settings from the domestic to the commercial. The sensuous, organic shape of the base suggests a drop of mercury. Dizzie Oval Side Table Lievore Altherr Molina
/images/products/thumbs/1661.jpg Recalling the modernist furniture of the 1920s with its monochromatic appearance and use of tubular chromed steel, Kazuhide Takahama's Djuna Side Tables exude a sense of quiet sophistication making them appropriate compliments to any interior. The tables, with their elliptical top and refined base, showcase the rigor and minimalism that the Japanese designer is known for. Djuna Side Table Kazuhide Takahama
/images/products/thumbs/759.jpg A continuation of Tokujin Yoshioka's exploration of the growth of crystals, the Element Table eschews the traditional four leg bases of tables past and instead has worked to elevate the table top using only one rectangular prism for support. Rather than standing upright, the oblong support is tilted so one bevelled corner touches the base while the top of the Element table teeters on another corner at the opposite end. Element Table Tokujin Yoshioka
/images/products/thumbs/1095.jpg Characterized for its three triangle shaped legs, the Elephant Table designed by Anderssen & Voll is simple with a touch of wit. Made of solid oak wood, the sculptural table can be used as a side or coffee table. Elephant Table Anderssen & Voll
/images/products/thumbs/237.jpg A family of low round tables for the home, Jean Marie Massaud's Flow Low Tables exemplifies the designer's ability to create modern, organic forms which are undeniably contemporary and timeless. Available in three sizes, the tables feature a fluid shape that is highlighted by a central leg. Flow Low Tables Jean-Marie Massaud
/images/products/thumbs/1633.jpg A pure expression of sophisticated materials combine with approachable clean lines in Antonio Citterio's Fly Side Tables. The occasional tables feature refined architectural lines that communicate the same rigor of the Italian architect's buildings. Available in two versions the side tables are united in their distinct stainless steel base. Fly Side Tables Antonio Citterio
/images/products/thumbs/1579.jpg Capturing a moment in time, Japanese designer Tokujin Yoshioka has created a series of low tables that resemble the flowing water of a fountain frozen in crystal. The Fountain Low Tables are a precious and poetic collection that harmoniously meld the tradition of Murano glass craftsmanship with industrial processes for a dazzling display of design and production. Fountain Low Tables Tokujin Yoshioka
/images/products/thumbs/264.jpg Drawing on a legacy with roots in Bauhaus philosophies, Joan Lao designed a series of side tables that proportionally relate to each other. A considered balance between the natural stone tops and a thin metallic lacquered frame highlights the designer's sensitivity to proportion and geometry. Frame Side Table Joan Lao
/images/products/thumbs/1331.jpg A classic material that has been revered since ancient times, marble takes on a new, thoroughly modern appearance in Konstantin Grcic's Galata Side Table. In reimagining the possibilities of the material, the designer has created particular table with an unconventional shape that stands out for its irregular use of geometric forms. Galata Side Table Konstantin Grcic
/images/products/thumbs/1816.jpg The Galet Side Table by Triss Design takes its name from the French word for pebble, which describes both the texture and organic shape of the top. The table comes with an elegant pedestal base made of solid matt black steel. The top is beautifully crafted from ceramic in two shapes and is available in varying colors and textures. Galet Side Table Triss Design
/images/products/thumbs/1332.jpg Inspired by the traditional manufacturing techniques for marble furniture, renowned Japanese design studio Nendo has envisioned the Gap Side Table as a statuesque marble block. In typical fashion of designer, there is a subtle twist within the object: a notch has been cut to serve as a functional place to insert books and magazines.  Gap Side Table Nendo - Oki Sato
/images/products/thumbs/1590.jpg Blending function and form with ease, Anna Deplano's Giro Rolling Side Table makes a convenient addition to any room. The clever round table features two parallel surfaces which are supported by three vertical legs on wheels allowing it to move about with ease. Giro Rolling Side Table Anna Deplano
/images/products/thumbs/1538.jpg Appearing as a transparent sheet of carefully folded paper, Italian designer Carlo Tamburini's Harold and Maude Side Tables push the boundaries of glass production in order to achieve their origami-inspired form. The dynamic low tables are characterized by their complex and innovative folds which result in daring angles that convey a subtle sense of movement. Harold And Maude Side Table Carlo Tamburini
/images/products/thumbs/1644.jpg A pure expression of geometric forms, Piero Lissoni's Ile Low Tables feature a minimal bronzed frame with a blue-tinted glass top in a variety of sizes. The light and sophisticated frame of the tables is obtained by utilizing a thin, square profile metal structure, exemplifying the designer's acute sensitivity to details, form, and proportion. Ile Low Tables Piero Lissoni
/images/products/thumbs/523.jpg Minna Niskakangas' Illusion Side minimal design gives the appearance of lightness while adding functionality to a wide variety of spaces. Available in two sizes, the tray-top table is designed for flexibility; made of lacquered steel, the frame of three legs supports a tray that may be removed and used as a decorative or serving object around the house. Illusion Side Table Minna Niskakangas
/images/products/thumbs/1813.jpg With a name referencing the Brazilian translation of “garden,” Jader Almeida’s Jardim Side Tables are designed to create a dynamic interior landscape. The tables are available in two shapes, each featuring a subtly concave top that highlights the sensitivity to sinuous designs Almeida is fond of. Jardim Side Table Jader Almeida
/images/products/thumbs/916.jpg Appearing to precariously balance a cylinder marble base with a round top and a thin steel top, Studio Macura's Kamen Side table is simple and harmonious. Based in the Netherlands, Studio Macura's approach to design is honest and original, capturing a paradox of something that is very distinct and appealing, yet still inherently familiar to people. Kamen Marble Side Table Studio Macura
/images/products/thumbs/1295.jpg Composed of a large hand-blown glass bowl and a solid hand-turned cork lid, the versatile Korkki Side table adds striking visual impact. Eye-catching and unconventional, the cork lid can be removed turning both pieces into useful containers. Korkki Side Table Pia and Moritz Wustenberg
/images/products/thumbs/1637.jpg Expressing a functionalist aesthetic through its pure form, the LC10 Square Low Table is an icon of early modern design. The table, designed by the trio of influential architects Le Corbusier, Charlotte Perriand, and Pierre Jeannette, has been reduced to its purest form: a metal frame and a sheet of square glass. LC10 Square Low Table Le Corbusier, Pierre Jeanneret, Charlotte Perriand
/images/products/thumbs/238.jpg With fluid lines and a subtle, white finish, Ludovica and Roberto Palomba's Loto is a refined three-legged table. Suited for both indoors and outdoors, the table is formed from Cristalplant composite resins; molded in a single piece, there are no visible joints in the table. Loto Side Table Ludovica and Roberto Palomba
/images/products/thumbs/1574.jpg Marc Thorpe's philosophy is reduced to its most essential vision in the Mark Side Table, a clever small furniture accessory designed to provide a useful surface to accompany seating. The table is created from a single sheet of powder-coated bent steel with an additional laser cut rib to add structural integrity. Mark Table Marc Thorpe
/images/products/thumbs/1333.jpg With its curvilinear marble form, Ross Lovegrove's Mate Chess Table gives new life to the ancient material in a thoroughly modern way. Designed as a table for playing the two-player strategy game, the top of the Mate Chess Table features a functional checkered game board with 64 squares arranged in an eight-by-eight grid. Mate Chess Table Ross Lovegrove
/images/products/thumbs/241.jpg Belonging to a category of furniture that acts as a compliment to a room rather than the focal point, Ronan and Erwan Bouroullec's Metal Side Tables feature harmonious proportions and attractive contrast between slender tables tops and voluminous bases. Metal Side Tables Ronan and Erwan Bouroullec
/images/products/thumbs/1338.jpg Arik Levy has designed a versatile collection of side tables that feature a clean and simple structure completed with an sinuous-shaped top. The Mixit Side Tables are characterize by their sophisticated yet discreet details which enhance the graphic nature of the design. Mixit Side Table Arik Levy
/images/products/thumbs/1104.jpg Characterized for its pure and simple cylinder shape on the outside, the clever Moon Side Table hides a surprise on the inside. The minimal design consists of two side-by-side half circles that separate with a gentle touch of the hand to reveal concealed storage within. Moon Side Table MIST-O
/images/products/thumbs/1334.jpg With it's gravity-defying form, Nendo's Nod Side Table is a meditation on the perceived weight of marble and its effect on design. Here, Nendo exploits the typically negative connotation of marble's weight to create a whimsical table that is tilted on one side which appears as if it could fall at any moment. Nod Side Table Nendo - Oki Sato
/images/products/thumbs/769.jpg Monolithic and full of character, Maurizio Fardo's Pepo Stool prominently features the natural characteristics of wood. The minimal form is contrasted with the organic nature of the solid olive ash wood. Pepo Stool Maurizio Fardo
/images/products/thumbs/1169.jpg With the Pli Side Table French designer Victoria Wilmotte brings an object of unusual crystalline elegance and astonishing geometry to living environments. Pli Side Table Victoria Wilmotte
/images/products/thumbs/1487.jpg The Rivoli Side Table, with its decisive lines and an acute sensitivity to material, form, and proportion, exemplifies Eileen Gray's revolutionary theories of design and construction. Originally intended to be used as a tea table in her living room, the graceful and lightweight design doubles as a versatile piece of furniture and features shelves that swivel to bring fruit, pastries or sweets within easy reach and a tabletop can be extended by raising a side leaf. Rivoli Side Table Eileen Gray
/images/products/thumbs/1023.jpg Sera is a sculptural side table made with a high resistance belt for easy handling. Ideal to support your laptop or enjoy a cup of coffee, the rectangular shaped table fits perfectly next to a sofa or any other space in a residential or contract setting. Serra Portable Side Table Victor Carrasco
/images/products/thumbs/1315.jpg Embodying a signature Japanese-Nordic design aesthetic that is at once streamlined and poetic, the stable and compact Shika Side Table is the ideal small sofa accessory. A balance of grace and stability, the design the result of mutually supportive teamwork with exacting fabrication standards. Shika Side Table A+A Cooren
/images/products/thumbs/1537.jpg An ethereal appearance emerges in Patricia Urquiola's Shimmer Side Table. Like a magical illusion, the glass side table glistens in an extraordinary range of colors thanks to its special iridescent multi-chromatic finish. Shimmer Side Table Patricia Urquiola
/images/products/thumbs/1309.jpg The simple and elegant dark opaque glass surface of the Slide Side Table appears as though it has shifted away from its base. A sense of motion and mystery is achieved through the clever positioning of black glass bonded at the internal edge of the base to a sheet of tempered 10mm thick transparent glass, making it possible to place items on either of the two top pieces. Slide Side Table Nendo
/images/products/thumbs/1337.jpg Marked by their sinuous voids, the Softer Than Steel Tables have been designed to allow overlapping and intersecting without intrusion. Designed by renowned Japanese studio Nendo, the tables are part of a larger collection of chairs, benches, and accessories highlighting the delicate malleability of thin steel. Softer Than Steel Table with Cutout Nendo
/images/products/thumbs/378.jpg With a focus on finish, material, proportion and perfection, designer Jort Mercuur's TF Pedestal Table for Joinworks is elegant and exacting and features a black granite top and stainless steel base. TF Pedestal Table with Granite Top Jort Mercuur
/images/products/thumbs/240.jpg Todd Bracher's Tod table features a bold and unique graphic shape which is accentuated by the concave form that allows one to slip the top above the seat of a sofa. Tod Side Table Todd Bracher
/images/products/thumbs/1657.jpg Luca Nichetto found inspiration in the compactness and flexibility of serving trays for his Torei Tables, a dynamic collection of small tables in various shapes, sizes and finishes produced by Cassina. The family of tables are united by their thick tops in ash wood or American walnut which feature gentle curved edges, refined radiuses, and a subtle lip around their top edges that contain the contents of the tabletop just like their inspiration. Torei Tables Luca Nichetto
/images/products/thumbs/1097.jpg Just as the name infers, the Tray table is characterized for its tray on a table frame that can be detached and used to carry the items you need. The versatile and light table made of power-coated steel can be used as a coffee, bed or side table. Tray Table HAY
/images/products/thumbs/1234.jpg Simple, modern and architectural, the Trio Side Table designed by Juian Appelius can hold even the heaviest of tomes. Available in two sizes its three rounded peg legs and varied surface levels provide a wealth of surface area with a very small footprint. Trio Side Table Julian Appelius
/images/products/thumbs/761.jpg Inspired by the formation of honeycombs, Japanese designer Tokujin Yoshioka has designed pure and rigorous tables that nest, stack or rest next to each other to create rich, textural interiors. The Tris Hexagon Tables represent the designer's continued investigation of natural phenomenon while remaining functional and aesthetically pleasing. Tris Hexagon Table Set Tokujin Yoshioka
/images/products/thumbs/893.jpg Characterized for its minimal and clean lines, the Yeh Wall Table stands only on two legs and the circular top is folded upward so it bends and rests against a wall. Designed by Taiwan based Kenyon Yeh, the table was inspired by the designer observing a cheerleading practice at a neighboring school in his hometown. Yeh Wall Table Kenyon Yeh