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side table

a table intended to be placed against a wall.
Origin of side table
1350-1400; Middle English Unabridged
Based on the Random House Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2015.
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  • After-dinner coffee is put on a side table, as the champagne used to be.
  • Modestly furnished rooms have a television and a side table with chairs.
  • You'll find a white leather sitting chair in the room and a block wood side table.
  • On the shaded deck are two comfortable lounge chairs, two more straight chairs, and another side table.
  • In one corner is a small side table holding a basket of silk flowers.
  • Two mirrors, some paint, and liquid silver leaf were all that was needed to bring some style to this side table.
  • Turn a deep photo frame and similar-sized side table into a venue for celebrating treasured keepsakes.
  • If you have an old washer drum, you can easily transform it into a glowing side table.
  • She keeps a picture of herself holding a machine gun on her side table.
  • He builds a side table around a vintage tricycle wheel, a lobster buoy and a bevy of broom handles.

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