Netflix and chill just doesn’t work without a place to set your glass of wine. Next to decorating my home? Binging a good show with snacks is easily top three in my book.
So how do you ensure there’s always a spot to place your drink at arm’s reach? Enter the humble drink table.
I’ll be honest. I’d never heard that term until fairly recently. I always just thought of them as small accent tables. But even a “small accent table” can sometimes be a little too large for a space. Especially when you have multiple sofas and chairs in your living room that need a tiny table.
I scoured the internet for the best of the best and found a BUNCH of tiny drink tables that fit the bill. Dare I say they’re trending?
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Feel free to jump to the end of the post for the full round-up, but there are a few special little drink tables I wanted to call out first.
I’ll start by pointing out that these three tables are a serious investment (as a set). But if you need a few that aren’t matching but look amazing together, this set of three small drink tables is a.) gorgeous, b.) unique, and c.) not actually insanely expensive when you break it down by cost per table.
And if you like just one of these? They can be purchased individually.
I had a ton of luck sourcing drink tables on West Elm. I’m especially in love with this little number. The smooth wood base with the sleek marble top pairs with any number of decor styles. I can picture this in a room where you need to bridge a masculine and feminine aesthetic. This small accent table is the perfect bridge piece.
The sleek profile and painted legs of this tiny table are show stoppers. The white dip-dyed legs add a great pop of contrast to the natural wood. Not a fan of white? This graphic accent table is also available with navy legs.
The Ultimate Drink Table Round-up
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