Interior Stylist and natural light Photographer Lulu Cavanagh shows us the best way to use side tables in your home.
What’s your preferred way to use side tables within the home？custom gifts for dad
I would recommend using side tables nestled together in a lounge setting or next to a bed to create different levels and to add interest to a space. Side tables are a great addition， they have the ability to create balance and bring together a room.
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What doyou enjoy about our Cheska side tables？
The Cheska side tables are so versatile， the refined style can be easily translated into any style of home. I love the low height of the tables. It gives them a minimalist feel and has the flexibility to stack books， or a tall floral arrangement without interfering with the proportions.
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How wouldyou recommend styling them in the home？
When styling the Cheska side tables， choose your hero or your bigger pieces you are styling with first， maybe a stack of books or magazines， then something natural such as flowers twigs or coral， and a beautiful candle. It is then just a matter of adding and taking away until it looks finished to you. Travel trinkets and photos are always good additions when creating a setting as they make it personal to you. If you are stuck when styling always revert back to the design elements and principals to guide you.
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What colour scheme goes best with these side tables？
Colour palettes can be seasonal， based on trends or a style of design. I always opt for a neutral palette as I am a lover of classic minimalist style， but absolutely love colour when it’s used well. The Cheska side tables come in a range of different colours， to fit with any colour palette， and tie in nicely with these Sheridan cushions and throws.
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