How to choose nesting table?
You can choose traditional materials like wood, or go for a bolder option like transparent acrylic to give the impression that objects on top of the tables are almost floating in space. Transparent materials also help to make a small space look bigger and brighter. Glossy acrylic is durable and easy to clean, and is cheaper and lighter than glass. You might also opt for a nesting table with a mirror finish. You could have a mirrored dressing table in the bedroom with a matching set of nesting tables. If you have a conservatory, patio or garden, nesting tables in tougher materials like rattan, bamboo or acrylic are great for refreshments.
If children will be using the nesting tables, ensure they have circular edges and that the materials used don’t contain any harmful chemicals.
Nesting tables can come with wheels to be moved around in the living room or to another room when you need extra surfaces for books, glasses and more.