10 Farmhouse End Table Ideas for a Casually Chic Home

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If you're a fan of rustic furniture, then a farmhouse end table is a must-have for your home. Composed of raw materials and natural finishes, this one piece of furniture can make a space feel simultaneously comfy and chic.


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To give you country decor inspiration and help you forge a cozier home, we've rounded up some beautiful end tables. From trestle bases to concrete tops and more, here are 10 farmhouse end table ideas that will instantly elevate any space in your home.

1. Try an end table with a trestle base.

Never underestimate the impact of a classic side table. Search for a wooden option with a trestle base and a natural finish, like this one from Hayneedle, to warm up your living room or bedroom in true farmhouse style.

Get the look: Belham Living Calhoun Side Table, $97

2. Seek out iron accents.

A round table with a reclaimed wood top and a distressed metal frame supplies a touch of rustic charm without appearing too old-fashioned.

Get the look: Antique Farm House Adjustable Side Table With Iron Crank, $275

3. Employ a pedestal side table.

Nothing screams "farmhouse" like a pedestal table — no matter the size. A side table composed of slightly stained reclaimed wood with a traditional pedestal base looks more like a timeworn piece than a brand new piece of furniture.


Get the look: Kosas Home Carolina Reclaimed Wood Round End Table, $329.84

4. Find a spindle style nightstand.

Few things make a piece of furniture look more rustic than spindled legs. And a bedside table constructed of solid wood with spindle-style turned legs is no exception. This farmhouse end table idea is a fast way to infuse a hint of country flair into any bedroom.

Get the look: Saguenay Nightstand, $157

5. Search for something sawhorse style.

Looking for a subdued farmhouse end table idea for your home? A sawhorse-style option with distressed accents, like this one, makes a shapely statement in a living room without overpowering the space.

Get the look: 17 Stories Eliza Sawhorse End Table, $149.99

6. Look for live edges.

Dreaming of a one-of-kind farmhouse end table idea with plenty of rustic charm? A natural live edge wood piece with hairpin legs doubles as a side table and as an artisanal focal point.


Get the look: Cedar End Table, $65.99

7. Consider something concrete.

Fans of unrefined materials rejoice! A farmhouse end table idea with a solid concrete top, like this number from West Elm, will provide a modern pop of personality in any country-chic room.

Get the look: West Elm Industrial Concrete Side Table, $399

8. Try a tiered tray table.

A contemporary server-style side table with a raised tray top allows you to keep your sofa-side essentials handy and organized while binge-watching.

Get the look: Butler Fortier End Table, $304.02

9. Make it metal.

Prefer your farmhouse end table idea with a little bit of oomph? An eye-catching option with a geometric metal base and an organic wood top will certainly add a dash of drama to any room.

Get the look: World Market Round Wood and Metal Kearny Accent Table, $129.99


10. Look for farmhouse-inspired accents.

You can always count on classic farmhouse style characteristics, like the solid salvaged wood top and wrought iron legs on this piece, to make a space feel warm and cozy without trying too hard.

Get the look: Pottery Barn Griffin Reclaimed Wood End Table, $499


Caroline Biggs is a writer living in New York City. Her work has appeared in The New York Times, Apartment Therapy, Refinery 29, and more.