Golden ways to style your side table with Wayfair {SP} | V. I. BUYS

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If you have a living room side table and its anything like mine its probably cluttered with a lot of opened post, mugs, small toys and remote controls.

Not excatley stylish is it?

So when Wayfair got in touch and asked if I was up for style challenge I thought this could be the perfect opportunity to re-stye my side table situation with some more glamorous accessories. I had always like the idea of adding a touch of gold into our very neutral lounge.

Our lounge was one of the first rooms we decorated when we moved in – so we were dictated by our existing furniture and curtains from our previous home – it’s something I very much want to update – but for now adding in small pieces of furniture and accessories helps give the room a fresh look.

Shopping through Wayfair’s extensive site I chose this chic mirror topped round table with a geometric iron and gold leaf base. I like the Art Deco look of it, the feeling of space it creates and really it only needed a few accessories to make it stand out. I have some fab vintage pineapple book ends that sit on another sideboard in the room so this pineapple lamp fitted perfectly – and gives just the amount of light when reading or working on my laptop in the evening.

wayfair side table styling, mamasvib, home and interiors, golden touch, Art Deco, side table styling, wayfair featured blogger

wayfair side table styling, mamasvib, home and interiors, golden touch, Art Deco, side table styling, wayfair featured blogger

wayfair side table styling, mamasvib, home and interiors, golden touch, Art Deco, side table styling, wayfair featured blogger

Safavieh Rory Machine-woven rug and Wildon Home Palm vase both Wayfair

** How to style your side table with the Midas touch **

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  • Think of your proportions. Something with height like a lamp, picture frame or plant is a good starting point. Then add in a few smaller items like candles, a small bowl of matches or a neat vase and then something more flat like books or coaster.
  • Always think in groups of three – this will help give your table some balance. Mentally divide the table into three before styling up.
  • For a stylish and more cohesive look stick to a similar palette of colour but mix up the patterns and textures.
  • A rectangle tray can be a great way to group items together – especially for a mini bar area – and looks great on a round table too.
  • Stack a set of boxes on top of each other – plus they are great for hiding bits and bobs (think remotes, small toys, pens)
  • A simple and quick side table styling trick is to place a trio of vases on the table – you can buy sets with different heights – go for a contrasting colour for a striking effect.

 

 

** This is a sponsored post but all pictures, words and thoughts are of course my own.

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3 Comments

  1. April 6, 2017 / 11:58 am

    OMG I love that lamp!

  2. April 20, 2017 / 11:04 pm

    It is so simple and elegant that it can be treated as luxury and nobody will doubt about it’s price. 🙂

  3. May 25, 2017 / 11:47 pm

    Great choice! 👍🏻 Gotta love wayfair 😍

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