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The best white end tables to add a functional touch to your living room

White end tables can run the gamut from simple to ornate, round to square, large to space-saving and open to closed storage. Finding the right one comes down to your personal preferences, your home’s decor, and generally what moves you. These leading and intriguing white end tables just might nudge you to the purchase counter.

There is a seemingly endless number of white end tables available in a host of materials, styles, and sizes. It seems that when there’s that many to choose from, the decision on purchasing the right one gets even harder. For some help in sorting through the morass, consider getting one of these functional white end tables.

Convenience Concepts Oxford End Table

Best Storage

An attractive white end table is great, and one with storage is even greater. The Convenience Concepts Oxford End Table features a top, middle, and bottom shelf for additional storage. Measuring 15.75 inches by 15.75 inches by 24 inches, its transitional style can complement any decor and is available in multiple finishes.

Winsome Wood Sasha Accent Table

Best Round Option

On the hunt for a round white end table? Then end your search with the Winsome Wood Sasha Accent Table. The attractive, round wood accent table has a drawer and shelf, offers sturdy construction and sports traditional styling. The 20-inch-wide and 27-inch-tall table has a white finish with polished steel drawer knob.

DHP Rosewood Tall End Table

Best Compact Design

If space is at a premium in your home, consider the DHP Rosewood Tall End Table. The optimal, space-saving table measures only 16 inches by 12 inches by 29 inches yet offers functionality with a lower shelf that can provide additional space for accent pieces or other small items. The compact, multifunctional and contemporary end table is made from sturdy wood and wood veneers.

Dress up your living room, bedroom, or other room with a stylish and handy white end table. These attractive and functional tables up the ante on style and convenience.

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