Roundup - skirted round tables
I love a room with a round table. It sets off the hard lines of most rooms. Add a skirt to that table and you have an even better piece of furniture! Skirted round tables are versatile, practical and diverse, but are often seen as traditional and stuffy. Let’s take a look at how you can use skirted round tables in your home and with a variety of decorating styles.
If you haven’t considered a skirted round table for you home, you may want to take a look and see what you’re missing out on!
This classic living room uses black and white to add drama — along with a large centered skirted round table. It’s white cloth is casual and classic. It adds so much softness to the room without being a bit stuffy. Imagine what you could store under that large table!
If you have a small space for a round table and are looking to make a statement with color, this tailored skirt is for you. It comes in countless colors and is so very timeless. This would make a great table in your entry area, next to a sofa or between to chairs in your living space, or in your bedroom. Storage underneath? Yes.
If you are looking for something a bit more traditional and frilly, this burlap skirt with fringe will fit that bill. Also great for an entry, living space or bedroom.
This table skirt is on the traditional size but when mixed with bold, graphic patterns as shown in this side chair, it doesn’t go too far. A large bedside table allows for displaying treasures and necessities. You can store any unattractive needs under the skirt. Magic!
With a classic red, white and blue color palette, this room sings with a large round red skirted table in the center. If you have space for this size table, find a skirt that ties the adjoining rooms together via color or style. This table can act as a bar during a party, a work space or a place to show off favorite treasures. The storage options for underneath are endless.
Another skirted round table with clean lines and the ability to look at home in a modern or traditional setting.
And speaking of sizes, it’s important that you the size of your table skirt is just right. It needs to go to the floor all the way around. Here’s a helpful chart.
There are many types of tables you can use under your skirt. The beauty of the table is that since it won’t be seen it doesn’t have to be fancy. This allows you to spend your money on the skirt. Here’s a simple table, offered by Ballard Designs. You can find them with shelves underneath, too.
Maybe there’s a corner in your house that could use a lovely skirted round table to display your favorite treasures? Or, does your entry need a new look? A skirted round table could be just what your room needs!