Sunny Yellow Side Tables

5 Jun

Recently I recommended this side table to a client for her mostly-black-and-white-with-a-touch-of-yellow living room.  It’s from Ikea, and there are more than a few reasons to love it.  It won’t last forever and it won’t be around to pass on to your grandchildren, but it’s a quick way to upgrade your color scheme.  I think it would make a deliciously quirky accent in a little girl’s room.

Trollsta Side Table, Ikea, $80

Simple, *cheap*, and fun, we both really liked the punch it added to the space.  The cost only adds to it’s versatility, because it makes it that much easier to swap it out or upgrade to a fancier or punchier piece of furniture down the road.  Traditional and modern, clean lined and curvy, functional and frivolous…it’s not a bad deal for $80.  If you’re into that sort of thing.

And with that, I give you six more unexpected and cheery yellow side tables.

Clockwise from upper L: Jacqui Side Table, Bungalow 5, $405; Chinese Garden Stool,, $150; Yellow Acrylic Side Tables (pair),, price on request; Alice's Teacup Stool, Holly Palmer, £139.99; Parsons Side Table, West Elm, $149; Taboret Table, Bungalow 5, price on request;

Design consultations for all styles and budgets: JGB Interiors.


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