Outdoor Accent & End Tables
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Outdoor end tables help make the most of outside furniture sets
The best outside spaces are welcoming, purposeful and aesthetically pleasing. There's a mixture of seating, surfaces, storage and shade to ensure that people can sit comfortably, set things, stow things and be protected from the sun. Outdoor side tables are utilized as much as any piece of deck furniture. They can be placed almost anywhere. Set matching patio end tables on either side of a plush sofa, between two club chairs or alongside a relaxing sun lounger by the pool. Outdoor accent tables have a variety of structural characteristics, which can make them especially well-suited for specific circumstances. If you have a relatively small garden or balcony, folding outdoor side tables, nesting tables or end tables with storage compartments are extremely helpful. If your outside gatherings are active and you need to accommodate a variety of ever-changing foods and beverages, you might want to consider patio side tables with multiple levels or ones with wheels that you can roll. There are even tables with removable trays, which enable you to easily clear or restock glasses and bottles, without disturbing your guests.
High use deck furniture should be well-made
Outdoor side tables are going to be moved around a lot because entertaining alfresco is an exercise in adaptability. People come and go, activities change and your patio accent furniture needs to be able to accommodate your ever-changing needs. Patio side tables are apt to move from spot to spot, get pushed together or be asked to provide surface area for a wide variety of items, foods and beverages. Consequently, it's important that they are constructed from strong and durable materials. We carry some of the best patio furniture brands in the industry and they use the finest woods, metals and synthetic materials to ensure their products last. Our collections include tables made from FSC™ certified teak, resin wicker, stainless steel and powder-coated aluminum. Tabletops utilize additional weather-resistant materials such as ceramics, tempered glass, high-pressure laminate (HPL) in a variety of colors.