Target has their new pieces out for spring, and I’m working with them today to feature one of the new side tables. I chose a silver drum table because I like that the finish is shiny enough to reflect whatever is nearby (that red rug in front warms it up a lot), but it doesn’t show fingerprints and the hammered detail gives it texture and interest.
I try to have a coffee or side table within reach of each seat so there’s always a place to set down a drink (or as is usually the case here because of the kids, a place to leave your toy cars, horse figures, and Lego people). Of course, they also make for good opportunities to bring in a few accessories, like the flowers and candle that I picked up.
(Hey, having the same initials as Nate Berkus has finally paid off!)
A drum table is versatile enough to pair with sofas and chairs in a wide variety of styles — even as a bedside table or extra seating as a stool. I’ve been working a lot with brass and warm metals in this house, so I thought it would be fun to switch it up and take a look at silver instead. I matched up the same metallic drum table with a different chair, and also pulled in two other options in my sketch below. (These are so fun to draw!)
Candace Arm Chair (Garden Craft Seafoam)
The feminine lines of this chair are great, and it comes in a bunch of patterns and colors.
Threshold™ Silver Drum Accent Table
A classic shape gets a metallic update.
Safavieh Accent Table (Silver)
Slender and stylish. A cute little table just big enough to set a drink down on.
Threshold™ Rope Wrapped Accent Table with Hammered Metal Top
The rope detail would be at home in a beachy setting, but the hammered metal and geometric base give it a bit of edge that helps the table work with a more modern style too.
Safavieh Sasha Club Chair (Tan)
Such a great, neutral chair. Would be perfect as a pair facing a sofa.