Any living area needs walnut end tables, but choosing one with the right measurements may be challenging. To avoid having a table that appears out of place in relation to the rest of the space, there are many things to consider. With so many various kinds of walnut end tables available, we created a guide to make selecting the ideal size simple.

Walnut End Table's Height:

As a general rule, a walnut end table's height should be less than the arm of the couch or chair it will be placed next to. Since the average sofa arm is around 25 inches tall, it would be reasonable to estimate somewhere between 22 and 24.5 inches. The usual height of 23.5" for the majority of our end tables appears to be a generally acceptable height for most couches and chairs. You could have problems locating an end table that fits your needs if your couch has arms that are taller or lower than those of the conventional sofa. Fortunately, if you want a certain size, topwalnuttables can customize any of our end tables to be higher or lower than the usual dimensions.

Walnut End Table's Width:

The dimensions of the end table vary significantly depending on the available space and the practical requirements of the user. For instance, since an end table is meant to contain a single light and a drink, many people prefer one that is narrower—between 14 and 18 inches. Others who have larger furniture and would for it to appear more proportionate to the rest of the space might prefer a larger end table, measuring between 22 and 26 inches. It is good to measure the area and determine what size end table will work best for you, regardless of your demands.Do you want extra space on the surface adjacent to your seat? Or might a smaller table fit in your available area better?

Walnut End Table's Depth:

The end table's depth typically ranges from 22" to 24", with 22" being the most typical. Unless you have a particular kind of chair or couch with a very lengthy seat depth, this measurement is rather normal. Customers seldom alter the depth of walnut end tables when they want bespoke sizes since most homes can accommodate the length of the table. Of course, if necessary, we can easily accommodate end tables that are deeper than normal.

Walnut Wedge Table:

A wedge table is another style of the end table that has grown in favor throughout time. These tables have a narrower front section and a wider rear section. Wedge tables offer an appealing way to fit precisely into the arrangement, since many people arrange their furniture at angles, such as a chair turned in towards the rest of the room. We see that a lot of our clients are purchasing additional wedge tables since they look so well in their settings. Perhaps the kind of end table that might work best for you is a wedge table.

Walnut Round End Table:

A round end table is the final style of end table size you might want to think about. Their diameters often range from 18" to 24", with 22" being the most popular round. A round end table is an excellent option if you want to add interest to a space and break up the monotony of the various square and rectangular end tables. Because the top of these tables doesn't have as much surface area as a regular rectangle, they are typically utilized more as accent tables, housing a light and space for a beverage. If you want to soften the look of a space, it's still a possibility.

Round and rectangular end tables are available in several of our collections, allowing you to coordinate style without having to match precisely.

You can quickly ascertain the ideal end table size and design for your living area by taking a few simple measurements. In addition to allowing you to customize your order to your exact specifications, topwalnuttables is strong and long-lasting, meaning you may enjoy gorgeous, solid wood furniture for a very long time.

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