Drum Tables are a versatile accent piece that can be inconspicuously added to most sitting rooms. Silver drum tables are perfect for rooms with gray-stained hardwood floors, white and black furniture, and add character to white walls that may make a room feel too sterile. Because of their round shape, the sides are often solid and formed into a variety of shapes, giving drum tables their distinctive charm. Solid sides and vertical lines let the eye perceive slenderness, not clutter, when taking in a whole room with cylindrical-style drum tables.
Stunning shapes and touches of drum tables include:
Larger drum tables, like the 38" glass top, often feature open bracing and legs, so as not to overtake the space. A lower, secondary shelf, usually a couple inches off the floor, can be used for additional storage, remotes, coasters and other décor. Drum tables are perfect for drinks, reading materials, bowls, vases, 2-4 branched candelabra, decanter & snifter sets, scented candles, small plants, or picture frames. Some are wide enough to feature cabinet doors or cutaways. If you’re not sure where a drum table would fit, use a coffee table for your larger couch, then accent a smaller recliner with its own table.
Hammered metal, pewter, or polished chrome are distinctive style choices not usually found on larger room furniture. Your options for choosing a unique silver drum table are a little wider than core pieces like sofas and full-size tables. Silver drum tables range in shape from oversized teardrops (use two to make yin & yang), fluted columns, gum drop, cast logs with beautiful knots and bark, and tapered, and straight-sided. Table diameters range from 12" to 38" in. and 14" to 20" in. tall.