It's easy to overlook lamp tables when furnishing your living room, bedroom or dining room. However, lamp tables are incredibly useful and will easily slot in to any room setting.
Whether you want a table for a reading light, a vase of flowers or next to the sofa for putting the remote controls on, a lamp table is the ideal solution; and you get an attractive piece of furniture to boot.
All of our lamp tables are crafted from high quality solid oak or mango and each form larger ranges of matching lounge, dining and bedroom furniture.
We offer a wide assortment of lamp tables whether it be for your lounge, dining room, study or any other place in your home you wish to add style and function. Whether you're looking for modern lamp tables or traditional lamp tables, we're sure to have something just right from our selection of oak and wooden lamp tables.
Tables for all purposes have been around for thousands of years. The ancient Egyptians and Chinese built tables for all purposes, from simply keeping objects up off the floor to providing platforms for writing and artistic activities. Later, The Greeks and Romans began to make tables from wood, marble and metal for eating. As well as large dining and working tables, small tables have been seen throughout history, often used for displaying lamps or other objects.
Over the years, the humble lamp table has been built in countless different styles and designs, from gate legs with additional drop-leaves to collapsible trestle tables to the traditional four legged variety. Table legs can be braced or free, and can be designed as plain, straight and chunky to intricately turned and carved and everything in between. Lamp tables, though small, are just as diversely designed. We stock lamp tables with slab sides, in box designs and of course plenty of traditional four legged varieties, some with shelves and even drawers built in.
Wood and specifically hardwood such as oak or mahogany has always been an obvious choice of material for lamp table construction. Not only hard-wearing and workable, the variety of wood types available is vast and varied. Even after wooden furniture has been crafted into the desired design, the finishes achievable are endless – from any imaginable colour of paint or stain, to wax, oil, varnish or lacquer. In keeping with tradition, the furniture we stock is crafted from solid oak and we also stock a variety of tropical mango hardwood ranges.