Drum Roll, Please

Lately, I am loving the drum table.  It is best in a supporting role, usually complementing a small space.  Seen most often next to a sofa, bed or chaise with little room to spare.  The “don’t call me cute” drum table provides just enough space for a mug of coffee, a delicate lamp, or a paperback novel.


I like the use of the two drum tables here as a cocktail table  (Image from House Beautiful).

I love the Middle Eastern flair of these silver and brown Moroccan drum tables from West Elm.


Check out this GLAM Silver Faceted Side Table from West Elm which would look amazing in a small, sophisticated living room, or a feminine bedroom.


Wouldn’t this Natural Tree Stump Side Table from West Elm be fun in an outdoor space, like a greenhouse room with a lush firm sitting on top, or even better as a whimsical stool in a child’s bedroom or playroom?


I love the color and versatility of this porcelain celadon drum table from Williams Sonoma Home.


This Twirl Stool and Side Table from Acacia would look amazing next to a wood-stained wicker chaise on a screened-in porch.


I want to jump into this picture of the garden drum stool from Pottery Barn with a good book and a margarita!  (A girl can dream, right?)


I am head-over-heels for this gorgeous Hammered Drum Stool from Viva Terra, which would be perfect indoors or outdoors.  Your favorite cocktail table books would look even better piled on this beauty.


This ghostly, unexpected and creative Acrylic Timber Table from Unica Home is sure to get a few double-takes.  In a small space, the invisible medium makes the area looks larger and not so busy.


I love the visual interest that this African-inspired Link Side Table from CB2 creates.  I am imagining it in a masculine home office or study.

drum8What about this modern, fresh take on the drum table from my favorite Savannah home decor outlet, 24E?  Industrial chic, n’est pas?  Love it.  Want it.


Aren’t they amazingly beautiful and functional?  Consider a drum table the next time you are looking for a table to complement a small space!

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