Hello friends! I was honored to be invited to participate in a decorating challenge from Pottery Barn! We were each sent their Tanner Nesting Tables, and were challenged to use them to create 2 different looks, in 2 areas in our home. I love the look of nesting tables since they are so functional and can be used in many ways. You never can have too many side accent tables am I right?
The first look I came up with was to use them mostly as a Fall display to hold some pretty accessories. More of like an art work display, if you will.
I wanted to show off how the tables make a great way to hold a big statement accessory like the huge mercury glass vase, which is also from Pottery Barn that I already had. Then all it needed was a basket for texture and another small glass dish filled with pinecones and my huge acorns.
So pretty! And I love it just sitting underneath our faux PB mantel. :)
For the next look, I wanted to use the nesting tables as functional side tables, with the tables actually nestled in about halfway. So I placed the tables by our chair in our master bedroom sitting area and it worked out perfectly.
Now we have a place to hold our drinks and books!
I found those little gold glass boxes at my favorite antique store and they were just what I was envisioning here. They are perfect for taking off your jewelry at the end of the day and especially bracelets and bangles, since those can get annoying after a while. :) Also perfect for loose change or other small items.
I really love having these nesting tables in our room and they really completed our sitting area making it feel much cozier.
So that’s the 2 ideas that I came up with! Which is your favorite? Since this is of course a challenge with 4 of my other blogging friends, I would love it if you could vote for me! Just visit Pottery Barn’s Facebook page to cast your vote for your favorite (ahem, mine)! Contest ends November 22.
Disclosure: I was not paid to participate in this challenge but I did receive the nesting tables from Pottery Barn to complete this challenge and hopefully win. :)