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Artist Craftsman Side Table Freeform, Wood, Brown
By Wharton Esherick
Located in Opa Locka, FL
Beautiful side table.
Category

Vintage 1950s American Craftsman Side Tables

Materials

Wood

  • Artist Craftsman Side Table Freeform, Wood, Brown
  • Artist Craftsman Side Table Freeform, Wood, Brown
  • Artist Craftsman Side Table Freeform, Wood, Brown
  • Artist Craftsman Side Table Freeform, Wood, Brown
H 16.25 in. W 20.5 in. D 18.5 in.
Silas Seandel Side Table, Organic Freeform, Pewter, Signed
By Silas Seandel
Located in New York, NY
Silas Seandel freeform side table, Pewter signed. Organic form brass side table with pewter finish and handwrought popcorn textured surface. Engraved signature, "Silas Seandel", on t...
Category

Vintage 1980s American Mid-Century Modern Side Tables

Materials

Steel

Modern Freeform Walnut Table, circa 2000
Located in Stamford, CT
Modern freeform walnut coffee table with three black lacquered legs, circa 2000. Made in the United States.
Category

21st Century and Contemporary American Mid-Century Modern Side Tables

Materials

Walnut

  • Modern Freeform Walnut Table, circa 2000
  • Modern Freeform Walnut Table, circa 2000
  • Modern Freeform Walnut Table, circa 2000
  • Modern Freeform Walnut Table, circa 2000
H 14.50 in. W 20.00 in. D 20.00 in.
French Plain Oak Midcentury Freeform Cocktail Table by Pierre Cruège
By Pierre Cruège
Located in Brussels, BE
Pierre Cruège designed this freeform cocktail table, circa 1950 It's made of plain oak, very nice and simple construction - clean lines This model was edited by a small company cal...
Category

Vintage 1950s French Mid-Century Modern Side Tables

Materials

Wood

Rare Paul Frankl Freeform Coffee Table Model 5025 in Cork
By Johnson Furniture Company, Paul Frankl
Located in Waalwijk, NL
Paul Frankl for Johnson Furniture Company, coffee table model 5025, cork, United States, 1950s Paul Frankl who became famous first with his 'skyscraper furniture' in 1920s and later...
Category

Vintage 1950s American Mid-Century Modern Side Tables

Materials

Cork

Contemporary Handmade Table "Cynthus" Freeform Marble on Brass Base, by Anaktae
By ANAKTAE
Located in Athens, GR
Contemporary, handcrafted coffee table model "Cynthus" with a freeform curved triangular surface made of solid marble, and a three-legged base in oxidized solid brass. The three le...
Category

21st Century and Contemporary Modern Side Tables

Materials

Marble, Brass

freeform craft side table/catchall in the style of Carl Auböck
Located in Dallas, TX
A beautifully formed bowl on three iron legs. Perfect as a side table or centerpiece.
Category

Vintage 1950s Side Tables

Freeform Craft Table or Bench
By George Nakashima
Located in New York, NY
Well-crafted side table or bench of carved and joined solid oak with an elongated biomorphic surface, flared legs, and a rounded underbelly. In the manner of George Nakashima. By a...
Category

Late 20th Century American Mid-Century Modern Side Tables

  • Freeform Craft Table or Bench
  • Freeform Craft Table or Bench
  • Freeform Craft Table or Bench
  • Freeform Craft Table or Bench
H 17 in. W 37 in. D 15 in.
Freeform Table Base by Vladimir Kagan
By Vladimir Kagan
Located in New York, NY
An original freeform wood table base by Vladimir Kagan. Includes glass top (not shown). USA, circa 1950.
Category

Vintage 1950s American Side Tables

Materials

Wood, Glass

Freeform Table In French Campagne Style By Jacques Hitier
By Jacques Hitier
Located in Maastricht, NL
Freeform coffee table in the French campagne style. Solid oak top with wonderful patina on black metal frame.
Category

Vintage 1950s French Side Tables

Materials

Metal

Freeform Burl Wood Coffee / Side Table
Located in Pasadena, CA
This dramatic coffee / side table features a twisted tripod base of burl root pieces surmounted by a triangular top also in burl wood. The organically sculptrural form of this mid-ce...
Category

Vintage 1960s American Mid-Century Modern Coffee and Cocktail Tables

Materials

Burl

  • Freeform Burl Wood Coffee / Side Table
  • Freeform Burl Wood Coffee / Side Table
  • Freeform Burl Wood Coffee / Side Table
  • Freeform Burl Wood Coffee / Side Table
H 21 in. W 36 in. D 29 in.
Freeform Spalted Maple table by Fabulous Tables / David Holzapfel /Roy Sheldon
By Roy Sheldon
Located in Hudson, NY
From Fabulous Tables. Marlboro, Vermont. David Holzapfel apprenticed under Roy Sheldon from 1973-1976 .The table is signed by David Halzapfel, and dated 8/76.
Category

Vintage 1970s American Side Tables

Handcrafted Freeform Live Slab Burl Redwood Artisan Side Table by Daryl Stokes
By Daryl Stokes
Located in Los Angeles, CA
Extraordinary artisan side table (or can be used as an ottoman with our matching chair) handcrafted from naturally free-formed burl redwood which has been polished and worked into an...
Category

Vintage 1970s American American Craftsman End Tables

Materials

Fabric, Wood, Burl

Driftwood Vintage Pair of Cypress Root End Side Tables Palm Beach Tree Freeform
Located in West Palm Beach, FL
Amazing Hollywood Regency, vintage pair of cypress tree root, driftwood end side tables with glass top. These have the loveliest shape from every angle! Perfect for that Mid-Centur...
Category

20th Century American Mid-Century Modern End Tables

Materials

Cypress, Driftwood, Glass, Wood

Swedish Craft, Freeform Stool or Side Table, Solid Light Wood, Sweden
Located in West Palm Beach, FL
A stool or side table. Produced in Sweden by an unknown craftsman, circa 1980s In light solid wood. Bears original label with artists manifesto translating roughly to "View th...
Category

Vintage 1980s Modern Stools

Materials

Wood

Freeform Side Table For Sale on 1stDibs

With a vast inventory of beautiful furniture at 1stDibs, we’ve got just the freeform side table you’re looking for. Each freeform side table for sale was constructed with extraordinary care, often using wood, metal and burl. If you’re shopping for a freeform side table, we have 14 options in-stock, while there are 1 modern editions to choose from as well. Whether you’re looking for an older or newer freeform side table, there are earlier versions available from the 20th Century and newer variations made as recently as the 21st Century. When you’re browsing for the right freeform side table, those designed in Mid-Century Modern and Modern styles are of considerable interest. Many designers have produced at least one well-made freeform side table over the years, but those crafted by ANAKTAE, Daryl Stokes and Paul Frankl are often thought to be among the most beautiful.

How Much is a Freeform Side Table?

The average selling price for a freeform side table at 1stDibs is $2,700, while they’re typically $775 on the low end and $36,700 for the highest priced.

Finding the Right Side Tables for You

While the range of styles and variety of materials have broadened over time, the priceless functionality of side tables has held true.

Side tables are an integral accent to our seating and provide additional, necessary storage in our homes. They can be a great foundation for that perfect focal piece of art that you want all your guests to see as you congregate for cocktails in the living room. Side tables are indeed ideal as a stage for your decorative objects or plants in your library or your study, and they are a practical space for the novel or stack of design magazines you keep close to your sofa.

Sure, owning a pair of side tables isn’t as imperative as having a coffee table in the common area, though most of us would struggle without them. Those made of metal, stone or wood are frequently featured in stylish interiors, and if you’re shopping for antique, new or vintage side tables, there are a couple of things to keep in mind.

With respect to the height of your side tables, a table that is as high as your lounge chair or the arm of your couch is best. Some folks are understandably fussy about coherence in a living-room area, but coherence doesn’t necessarily mean you can’t mix and match. Feel free to introduce minimalist mid-century modern wooden side tables designed by Paul McCobb alongside your contemporary metal coffee table. If you think it isn’t possible to pair a Hollywood Regency–style side table with a contemporary sofa, we’re here to tell you that it is. Even a leggy side table can balance a chunky sofa well. Try to keep a limited color palette in mind if you’re planning on mixing furniture styles and materials, and don’t be afraid to add a piece of abstract art to shake things up.

As far as the objects you’re planning to place on your side tables, if you have heavy items such as stone or sculptures to display, a fragile glass-top table would not be an ideal choice. Think about what material would best support your collectibles and go with that. If it’s a particularly small side table, along with a tall, sleek floor lamp, it can make for a great way to fill a corner of the room you wouldn’t otherwise easily be able to populate.

Whether you are looking for an antique 19th-century carved oak side table or a vintage rattan side table (because rattan never went away!), the collection on 1stDibs has you covered.