OC­CA­SIONAL TA­BLES

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Keep ca­bles and leads ti­died away with a unit that in­cludes ca­ble holes at the back

Cof­fee and side ta­bles are not only prac­ti­cal but can also help to bal­ance a room, cre­ate zones and make the space feel more cosy and wel­com­ing.

Mea­sure the floor area, tak­ing into ac­count other fur­ni­ture and any rugs and think about the height of the ta­ble and sur­round­ing items.

If your space is lim­ited, a nest of ta­bles is an ideal so­lu­tion, as you can stack them at the side of the room when not in use.

Look for added stor­age such as shelves be­neath the table­top or draw­ers on

ei­ther side of the ta­ble.

1 Sim­ply does it Habi­tat’s au­tumn/win­ter col­lec­tion in­cludes fur­ni­ture such as the Bon­nie ta­ble, £80, stripped back to the bare ne­ces­si­ties 2 Shapely selection Sep­a­rate this smart piece to form two low ta­bles, or com­bine for an adapt­able oc­ca­sional ta­ble with stor­age. Em­brace cof­fee ta­ble, £275, Noxu Home 3 All round Get two lay­ers of stor­age with the Cot­tage, £199 from Kalei­do­scope, in fir wood ve­neer with frame and bor­ders in matt black steel 4 Nest­ing in­stinct Save space with the Lu­nar nest of two ta­bles (one shown), £185 from Puji, with wooden tops and a white metal base for a fresh, mod­ern look

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